On his retirement, English farrier James Todd worries skills may soon be lost | Hoofcare and Lameness | Scoop.it

British farrier James Todd may be looking forward to his retirement after 50 years of shoeing horses but he is also deeply worried about the future of his art and the standard of farriery in the 21st century.

@hoofcarejournal writes: Our old friend James Todd is retiring? Say it isn't so!

This article is a terrific interview with the always-outspoken Mr. Todd, and includes a terrific slide show of his forge in Great Warley, Essex, near London.

Worth a click! Just click on the headline or image to open the original article in the "This is Essex" newspaper in England. There's a wonderful slideshow, too!