Spending summers, in his youth, at the ranch at Maple Creek Saskatchewan.
Driving cattle, branding, gelding horses, and delousing cattle, and after years
of desiring to be a blacksmith, Bradley got serious, and sold his live aboard
55í clipper-bow Ketch sail boat, the "Beverly Anne M" and went to horseshoeing school for a year.
Concerning the horse ". . . above all else, I like to see the horse made to be as
comfortable as possible, and to move with an effortless gait."
His Clients have said:
"My horse has never, in nine years of my ownership, moved so well"
"After your first visit, the trainer at our barn said, 'Cecil, Iíve never seen
Laddie move so well', thank-you for correcting him"
approaches his work with a great deal of professionalism, and has quickly gained
the confidence of several of our more difficult horses. I would have no
hesitation in recommending his Farrier Services"
◊ Hot & Cold Shoeing
◊ Heart & Bar Shoes
◊ Flat & Wedge Pads
◊ Flat, Rolled, & Rocker Shoes
◊ Clips, Studs, or chalks
◊ Mini to Draft Horses
◊ Analysis & Advice on Keeping your
Horse of Sound Foot
◊ Giving your Horse only what your
◊ A Willingness to Address your