Horseshoes from Suffolk Punch

Contributed by AHOW Day at Ipswich Museum

Horseshoes from Suffolk Punch

Ray Hubbard from the Suffolk Punch Museum brought these horseshoes to the BBC Suffolk event at Ipswich Museum on Tuesday, 16 February, 2010.

They are examples of the different types of shoes made for a Suffolk Punch horse in the Elizabethan era and show the skills of farrier to protect the horses' feet.

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