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May 12, 2010

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globalhorseculture

Hi Annie - sure I will. I'll email them to you, since they aren't as interesting or attractive as the fronts. Give me a day or two... :)

Annie N.

They're beautiful! Would you mind taking pictures of the backs of them?

globalhorseculture

Thanks, Chris! I had half a mind to ask the farrier for some more old shoes. But I think I'll wait til winter when I have more time stuck in the house.

Chris

I love them - what a unique and great way to decorate a horseshoe! Thanks for sharing - I'll have to try something similar for at home :)

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