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Winning Ponies

Winning Ponies

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May 22nd 2014:Winning Ponies Presents Kentucky Horseshoeing School Instructor Sam Gooding and DRF Columnist and Handicapper Byron King

Sam Gooding, is a returning instructor to the Kentucky Horseshoeing School which offers a curriculum in the fundamentals of farrier craftsmanship. The school's staff members are practicing professional farriers and honor graduates of KHS, trained to instruct students in basic farrier techniques and to ensure continuity within the KHS curriculum. During their tenure, students will master the fundamentals of farrier craftsmanship. They will learn how to trim a horse for proper balance and how to recognize and treat common types of lameness and gait problems. They will also be guided through basi

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Sam Gooding

Sam Gooding, a returning instructor, comes to the Kentucky Horseshoeing School with an exceptional set of skills. Following Sam’s graduation from KHS in 1996, he served as an apprentice to Mitch Taylor for 2 years. Following his apprenticeship, Sam left for Texas where he continued his training in the field, under the tutelage of Jim Poor, CJF. In the following years, he honed his skills both under the horse and in the forge. Sam Gooding, CJF is both an accomplished tool-maker and horseshoer, having proven his skills by being named to the American Farriers Association US Horseshoeing Team in 2005 and placing in the top 10 finishers at the 2005 World Championships in Calgary, Canada. Sam is a
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Byron King

Byron King, a native of Louisville, Ky., is the Kentucky handicapper and columnist for Daily Racing Form. A graduate of the University of Arizona Racetrack Industry Program, he initially worked as the paddock host and morning-line odds maker for Sam Houston Race Park before joining DRF in 1995. Since that time, he has covered racing from across the country for the Form, with his primary focus now being on the Kentucky circuit, and Churchill Downs in particular. In addition to his handicapping and reporting duties for the Form, he is a horse owner and breeder, and has helped identify numerous eventual stakes winners for private purchase for clients.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies 20/11/2017 01:00 20/11/2017 02:00 Winning Ponies https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1448/winning-ponies Sam Gooding, is a returning instructor to the Kentucky Horseshoeing School which offers a curriculum in the fundamentals of farrier craftsmanship. The school's staff members are practicing professional farriers and honor graduates of KHS, trained to instruct students in basic farrier techniques and to ensure continuity within the KHS curriculum. During their tenure, students will master the fundamentals of farrier craftsmanship. They will learn how to trim a horse for proper balance and how to recognize and treat common types of lameness and gait problems. They will also be guided through basic and advanced forging techniques, using both coal and gas forges. Instructor Sam Gooding will tell us how he got involved with KHS and what the school is all about with professional farriers being in such great demand today. In the second segment a frequent guest on our show, Daily Racing Form columnist and handicapper Byron King will join John in 'capping the $150,000 Arlington Classic Stakes at Arlington Park; the Gr. 2 $200,000 Matron Stakes and the Gr. 2 $150,000 Sheepshead Bay Stakes both at Belmont Park; and the Gr. 3 $100,000 Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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