The richest source of old advertising art featuring horseshoes is not from a horseshoe company at all. Many people think that Drummond Horseshoe brand was meant for a horse's hoof, but it was actually a tobacco company from St. Louis, Missouri.
Fortunately for us, the company employed some of the best advertising illustrators of their day, and they left a rich archive of ads showing horses
8 April 2010 | Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog at Hoofcare.com This horse is headed down the shaft of a coal mine in France, date unknown. If you are anything like me, you've been riveted to the news this week, and your emotions have run th... Read Post
16 December 2009 | Fran Jurga's Hoof Blog at Hoofcare.comDanny Ward's Horseshoeing School is featured on Blue Ridge Public Television this month.Virginia's Blue Ridge Public Television made a field trip recently to a place many of u... Read Post
by Fran Jurga | 10 August 2009 | Fran Jurga's Hoof BlogThe square-toe glue-on Polyflex horseshoe design dictated by Curlin's 2008 campaign needs A highlight of last week's Hoofcare and Lameness/Hoofcare@Saratoga reception for the Ri... Read Post