This unique assembly of Bruce Daniels' personal remembrances will take any reader away, especially farriers who will identify with the stories. Bruce brings alive the people and horses and forges and anvils with his storytelling. He tells of a variety of characters whom he met and events that he experienced during his many years of shoeing at harness tracks in the northeastern United States. The reader will find shoeing legends like Tim McCarthy and Hank Wonsey tucked into the pages with regular folk. The stories touch on life and death, good times and hard times, told with compassion and humor. A must read. To sample this fine collection, turn to the August, 1996, issue of ANVIL Magazine and read "The Man Had Real Class."
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Book Description Saint Eloy Publishing. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Bookseller Inventory # G0962796514I3N00
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