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|Step back in time
and witness the blazing cherry
red coal fire, see the shower
of pin-point sparks
and hear the anvil's ring. Few are old enough to recall the once
familiar scene of the Village Blacksmith but all are familiar with the
GERONIMO BAYARD with over forty years experience as a farrier and twenty-five as a blacksmith LIVED THE LEGEND!
Feed shelter animals at
no cost to you by visiting
ARTICLES Look for timely articles to help you better care for your horse's feet.
Horse Training Readers' questions concerning horse handling & training.
BLACKSMITHING CLASSES The classes have been terminated due to the unexpected death of Geronimo in July, 2001. Following this link will still lead you to lots of interesting photos and information if you are a blacksmithing enthusiast.
WHITE HART FORGE Follow this link to an exciting new blacksmithing web site. Dan Klug (student of the American Blacksmith School) and Heidi Shewchuk offer classes in blacksmithing as well as creating lovely artistic and ornamental items.
THINGS This web
site belongs to another American Blacksmith School graduate. It has some
blacksmith projects illustrated with outstanding photographs, safety tips,
etc., all seasoned with subtle humor. Try it; you'll like it!
Browse around the site. Enjoy it and learn from it. Then, why not e-mail us with your comments and suggestions?