Translation of farrier in Spanish:

farrier

herrador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɛriər/ /ˈfarɪə/

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noun

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    (blacksmith) herrador masculine British
    (blacksmith) herrero masculine British
    (horse-doctor) veterinario de caballos masculine
    (horse-doctor) veterinaria de caballos feminine
    • He worked as a farrier, shoeing horses at the Middleburg training track and the surrounding area.
    • Then too, teamsters, stable boys, and farriers were all needed to tend the horses.
    • There has been a shortage of farriers to shoe the thousands of both thoroughbred and sport horses in the country.
    • There were three farriers in action, shoeing horses and making the horseshoes, much to the fascination of onlookers.
    • It's already happening: vets, farriers, nutritionists and saddlers are working together and the benefits of complementary techniques that are backed up by science are being recognised.
    • He also maintains a list of holistic vets and approved therapists, remedial farriers and saddlers.
    • Nailing the shoe onto the horse is among the farrier's most crucial jobs.
    • If 17 jockeys, trainers, farriers, yes, farriers, and hangers on, have been caught in the UK, how many have not been caught?
    • It depicts a scene of purposeful activity - farriers shoeing; grooms tending huge chargers; a vet and orderly serjeant inspecting; men sweeping; cavalrymen feeding horses.
    • You must find a good farrier that is willing to work with a performance horse and keep those hooves in good shape.
    • You may want to check with your farrier or vet to see if your horse needs biotin.
    • With the knowledge and skill of many farriers today, they are very capable.
    • Those horses that have laminitis will frequently have subsolar abscesses and require attention from your farrier and/or veterinarian.
    • He also held a trainer's license in California, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas, and was licensed as a farrier in both Oklahoma and Texas.
    • He is a lovely little horse who's improved a lot, and full marks to the farrier for doing such a fine job.
    • The case also addresses whether compensation should be paid to those who suffer as a result of the ban, such as farriers, saddlers and feed merchants.
    • He is a veterinary surgeon, a farrier and horsebreaker.
    • Ireland has produced more than its share of quality horses, breeders, trainers, grooms, farriers, jockeys, head lads and punters.
    • This would inevitably lead to loss of income or worse for vets, farriers, kennels, saddle-makers, etc, etc.
    • There are farriers in the country who rely solely on shoeing hunt horses in the winter months to see them through the summer.