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Artistic horse-shoeing : a practical guide and scientific treatise : giving improved methods of shoeing, with special directions for shaping shoes to cure different diseases of the foot, and for the correction of vaulty action in trotters

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JOHNA.SEAVERNS ^^m - /•s J Prof^. GEORGE E. RICH, • k Practical aiifl Scientific Treatise, GIVING IMPROVED METHODS OF SHOEING,WITH SPECIAL DIRECTIONS FOR SHAPING SHOES DIFFERENTTO CURE DISEASES OF THE FOOT, AND FOR THE CORRECTION OF FAULTY ACTION IN TROTTERS. PROF. GEO. E. RICH ILLUSTRATED. NEW YORK M. T. RICHARDSON CO., PUBLISHERS, 1899. 1889.Copyright, By M. T. RICHARDSON. PREFACE, -lH presenting- this work to the horse-shoeing* fraternity, the author desires to state that tlie illustrations and de- scriptions of shoes furnished do not represent impracticable theories, but are the result of long- years of experience. Every one of theshoes described has been tested and found to do the work claimed for it. His object in bring-ing- out this book is to elevate the practice of horse-shoeing- and instruct thosewho desire instruction, as to the best methods of shoeing*. He does not claim that the book is free from imperfections, but asks his readers not to condemn his methods without first g-iving them a thorough trial. INTRODUCTION. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF PROF. GEO. E. RICH. The publisher of this work has felt that the many friends of Prof. Geo. E. Rich, as well as those who are likely to be- come his friends from the perusal of this book, would be g-lad to know something- of his early history and to see a portrait of the man who has achieved such success as a practical horse-shoer and lecturer on the anatomy of the horse's foot. Prof.
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JOHNA.SEAVERNS^^m-
/•s JProf^. GEORGE E. RICH,•
k Practical aiifl Scientific Treatise,
GIVING IMPROVED METHODS OF SHOEING,WITH
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS FOR SHAPING SHOES
DIFFERENTTO CURE DISEASES OF THE
FOOT, AND FOR THE CORRECTION OF
FAULTY ACTION IN TROTTERS.
PROF. GEO. E. RICH
ILLUSTRATED.
NEW YORK
M. T. RICHARDSON CO., PUBLISHERS,
1899.1889.Copyright,
By M. T. RICHARDSON.PREFACE,
-lH presenting- this work to the horse-shoeing* fraternity,
the author desires to state that tlie illustrations and de-
scriptions of shoes furnished do not represent impracticable
theories, but are the result of long- years of experience.
Every one of theshoes described has been tested and found
to do the work claimed for it. His object in bring-ing- out
this book is to elevate the practice of horse-shoeing- and
instruct thosewho desire instruction, as to the best methods
of shoeing*. He does not claim that the book is free from
imperfections, but asks his readers not to condemn his
methods without first g-iving them a thorough trial.

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