Originally Posted by My Beau
$90.00 for 2 shoes on the front. Nothing special. It sucks.
Same here. Well, at my old barn when he had shoes. :O Weird that my horse's name is Beau as well.
It was $30 for a barefoot trim, and $90 for either a trim with same shoes put back on or a trim with new shoes put on, I'm not sure which.
Now my horse is barefoot and it's much cheaper. ;)
Before that starts anything, I'm not one of those people who think barefoot is the only way to go. Although I like its benefits, I know there are many people (like the OP) with quite legit reasons to shoe their horses.