- n. Plural form of farrier.
“Blacksmiths, also known as farriers or horse shoers, take care of the most important part of an equine: its feet.”
“Skilled horseshoers, also known as farriers, evaluate horses’ individual needs and, when necessary, provide corrective or therapeutic shoes to improve faults of gait and compensate for physical limitations.”
“Several pages here are devoted to why, when invading Russia, the usually far-sighted Napoleon failed to be sure that his farriers were equipped with frost-resistant horseshoes.”
“Two other trades that immediately come to mind who have to deal with similiar customers are saddlemakers/repairmen and farriers (not to be confused with a horseshoer since the former is trained and knows what he is doing while the latter is learning how on your valuable horse) but I won't bore you with their valid comments at this time.”
“At the Irish National Stud at Kildare the Queen was applauded as, visibly relaxed and smiling broadly, she was introduced to jockeys, trainers, farriers and apprentices and shown racehorses.”
“She read farriers 'books on equine anatomy, diseases and temperaments.”
“At the same time he was deep in discussion with Terry, who was now on hand; there was great heave and ho everywhere, with inspections and issue of rations and farriers and armourers going demented and messengers flying and the telegraph office open night and day; how the dickens Custer had energy enough for his evening's jollity I can't fathom.”
“They work closely with the veterinarians and farriers for the ultimate care these rescued horses can receive.”
“Of course, if Cameron were the re-incarnation of Lord Salisbury, then Dave would have ample understanding of, and who knows perhaps even intimacy with, the various retainers, ostlers, scullery maids and farriers in his employ.”
“In 1909 there were significantly more highly skilled blacksmiths and farriers with incomes significantly above those of the assembly line workers in Detroit.”
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From the story by Jules Verne.
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