How to Handle a Crazy Kicking Horse

2022 ж. 28 Там.
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A farrier's job can often put you in a tough situation. Chris Gregory, owner of Heartland Horseshoeing School gives a quick demo on how to deal with a dangerous horse while trimming. Body placement is key! A horse won't kick, but they might hand the foot to you fast. Stay tuned for MUCH more of Blacksmith Boot Camp 2022 coming September 29!
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  • This technique has saved my life and gained me business many times over.

    Daniel PooleDaniel Poole
  • Your skill, kindness, confidence and patience is a win-win for sure! For you, certainly the horse and most definitely the clients. I wish more farriers were taught like this. Thank you for being a master of your craft, and like usual, sharing it with us all.

    C. A. COOKC. A. COOKКүн бұрын
  • I always wondered how you guys got around situations like that. Great video!

    Super KrusherSuper KrusherКүн бұрын
  • not only does he understand the physiology of the horse but he also understands psychology of the horse and has the patience and empathy to do his job correctly

    I smell troubleI smell trouble21 күн бұрын
  • I have to applaud you for your work here. I was worried it was gonna be another video where someone is too hard on the horse. But you seem to have a gentle but firm hand here. Hope she got rewarded with treats very soon after trying this! It will help make friends with her, not just teach her to accept handling. Gotta watch out so they don't shut down.

    IclynnxIclynnxКүн бұрын
  • I am thankful for everyone who does this for their work, the horses are even more thankful. God bless y’all’s backs, I always feel so bad watching someone work on horses bent down all day. It’s hard work but we are so thankful.

    TassicornTassicorn14 күн бұрын
  • Fun fact: This man shaves his face CLEAN every night, but by morning his stache grows back from sheer baddassness.

    John PoppaloppolisJohn Poppaloppolis21 күн бұрын
  • Wow this man knows his stuff. It's nice to see a master at their craft.

    Bloodbain88Bloodbain88Күн бұрын
  • I’ll never use this in my life, yet that technique was so good I had to take notes 🧐✍️

    Manuel GarciaManuel GarciaКүн бұрын
  • Idk man I just love tips of any profession that are “safety, safety, calmness, calmness, effective”

    John SmithJohn Smith21 күн бұрын
  • Right now i have seven stitches on my lips from this 😶

    Valar MorghulisValar MorghulisКүн бұрын
  • Супер! Вот он опыт!!!! Отлично отец!!!

    Сергей ВикторовичСергей Викторович14 күн бұрын
  • Wow you're a master at your craft! And that mustache proves it.

    Robert WolfganRobert Wolfgan
  • That’s so cool. really good method and advice to teach em! That’s a really beautiful horse too nice 👍🏼

    AlexAlex21 сағат бұрын
  • Вот так Дед, профессионал!

    Данила КороткинДанила Короткин14 күн бұрын
  • Been there. Hats off to you sir. Thought my dad was the only one that handled and gentled the crazy ones. He just retired last month at 77. Godspeed and stay safe

    Jamie WoodJamie Wood21 күн бұрын
  • Damn...... That kick tho... holy shit, that's a one kick killer right there. I mean the power is crazy, and she's one healthy girl. This is a cool video good job.,⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Ro yoRo yo21 сағат бұрын
  • What an amazing teacher. So kind and patient. Love so much to see this compared to sadly some of the "old school" ways I HATED seeing as a kid growing up around horses, of using force, and tying then up in stocks for example. This is how it should be!

    Rene WRene WКүн бұрын
  • I know NOTHING about horses, but I can see you DEFINITELY know about them!👍👍

    Paul RacinePaul Racine21 күн бұрын
  • Always cool seeing old guys like this who just know how to work horses. My great uncle was an old school horse handler and he could just control horses like no tomorrow. A skill that is sadly dying among us younger people.

    Norcal BowhunterNorcal BowhunterКүн бұрын
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