For the health of the horse  

 
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Serving Greater Los Angeles

Clay Station Farrier Service is committed to the health, soundness, and well-being of your horse. My name is Clay Campbell and I am a graduate of Mission Farrier School and have worked under a number farriers with extensive experience in providing quality hoof care. 

I am trained in traditional shoeing and forging, barefoot trims, glue-on shoes, and shoeing techniques for preventing and treating lameness.

     


 

You have many farriers to choose from and I greatly appreciate your consideration. I strive to be punctual, amicable and will work with clients, trainers, and veterinarians to determine the best hoof solutions for your horse. I happily service the wider Southern California community. 

 

 
 
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services

Trimming

Barefoot Trim, 1-2 horses - $50 per horse

Barefoot Trim, additional horses per stop: $40 per horse

Draft Horses Trim: $60 per horse

This is undoubtedly the most important aspect of hoof maintenance and soundness.  It generally takes around 15-25 minutes for most horses.

I will also trim other hoofed animals on a case by case basis. Please email clay@claystationfarrer.com to inquire.

Shoeing 

Half-Set (fronts only), starting at $90

Full-Set, starting at $135

Includes trim and steel shoes.  I carry many different types of shoes with me for different performance needs.

Other options available at additional cost include aluminum shoes, simple plates, pads, and packing material. Therapeutic systems available for laminitis, navicular syndrome, as well as general soreness or lameness. 

glue-on Shoes 

Glue provides a sound option for:

- Laminitic/foundered horses

- Navicular syndrome (various stages)

- Horses that don't like the "banging" of steel on their hoof

- Horses with shallow/flat soles may prefer a "hard rubber" landing versus a "hard steel" landing.

Many glue shoes incorporate a hard rubber shoe with lateral steel rod-inserts in the rubber to aid in stability of the shoe.  The shoe is glued on with a packing material between the sole/shoe.  Nails or screws may be required to set the shoe in position.

Payment

Payment is due at the time of service. Cash, check, or credit card accepted. Credit/Debit card transactions incur a 5% surcharge. Prices subject to change.

 

CONTACT me

Email: clay@claystationfarrier.com

Cell phone: (626) 817-6063

Please feel free to call or email with inquiries about your equine hoof care needs. As I am driving and working at all hours, please leave a detailed phone message with your name, location, contact information, and any information about your horse you'd like to share. I will make every effort to return your call within the same business day. 

 

 

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