I agree, most definitely, years of experience doesn't mean much at all, people can still do crappy jobs. Someone who has less experience might be better, that's for sure. My last farrier wasn't that old either & he was amazing. But the guy who I had was just horrible so I'm hoping this next one is just more experienced & more detailed. :( Blah! Her feet are OK for now, but I'd never use him again.
So hard to find a good farrier. So glad you had a great time at the show this weekend!!
Congratulations!!! You guys always kick butt! LOL I would've chosen the pig roast too - less dressing up to do & maybe even more fun haha. They are so cute eating! <3
seriously, I was so mad. He probably doesn't have many clients. Ugh.
Mmm turkey sounds amazing...speaking of which, I just had a turkey sammich for lunch haha. A nap is definitely in order!
glad you finally got to ride.
What a good girl!!! I bet that felt amazing being back in the saddle.
I confess, the other farrier did contact me this weekend & I set up an appt. for the last week in July, so fingers crossed he is much much better...he's actually mutual friends with my OLD farrier, & he has a lottttt of pictures of his work (the other guy didn't) & I think he will be good. Hopefully!
Her feet are OK for now, she rides fine, even on the trail she was good, but I just can't risk using that other guy again...plus the flirtiness, big no-no.
I did have an amazing day on Saturday though. We went to FH finally & she was soooo good!!!! All by herself! <3
Some pictures. It was a beautiful day.
Supposed to storm at night ALL WEEK long.
So not sure how much I'll get to ride this week, ugh. Happy Monday!