There are a few farriers in my area that are a bit cheaper, but they are not as good and they are unreliable, The farrier i have now is always at yard on time and always phones if he is going to be late, so i think he is worth paying a bit extra. and vet was very impressed with his feet the other day too, so that makes me pleased to know the vet is pleased with them.
£60 for full set
£28 for fronts
replaces lost shoes free
tries to come out asap
Although I did have an 'incident' on Friday though when the boss decided to shoe my TB differently to what he has normally (I wasn't there) - hence a lame horse all weekend and me absolutely FUMING. Usual lad came out first thing yesterday to shoe him properly- and I now have a seemingly sound horse. I wasn't charged for the first shoeing- I wouldn't have paid anyway! Got yesterdays at a discount too.
Haha, the other horses all have full sets except the Dressage mare, she's only got fronts.
We just changed farrier and I think it's about £70 for a full set?
£25 for a trim...good job I've got my own rasp!
I pay £60 full set, £62.50 with road nails. On the rare occasions we have re-fits I think I get a fiver off. Hasn't charged to put back on the very occasional shoe pulled off. Blacksmith is fantastic, very reliable and knowledgeable.
£75 a set or £65 for refits, she is done every 5 weeks. I'm in Warwickshire. Good farrier tho - hers are natural balance type shoes and have resolved typical poor feet found on quarter horses!
Back ones will come off when she goes to stud, not convinced about having her totally barefoot!