Farrier Hot-Shoeing a Horse, Cockington Village

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DESCRIPTION: Watching a horse being hot-shod is an intriguing sight – why doesn’t the horse feel any pain? In the hands of an experienced farrier, it all looks very easy. This scene was captured during a visit to Cockington Village near Torquay, Devon, in the 1960s. Many villages lay claim to being ‘picturesque’, but the village of Cockington is the real deal. Take a walk back in time along Cockington’s narrow lanes, lined with thatched houses with their colour washed walls of stone and cobb. You’ll experience a quiet charm that is a quintessentially English with its manor house, cricket ground, thatched pub, cream teas and a place to stay. Everything about Cockington oozes history with many of the cottages dating back to the 16th Century and some, like the old Forge, mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
 
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Mounted Print: Giclée on 315gsm Fine Art Paper using long-life pigment inks. Supplied in an archival quality off-white mount, ready for framing.
Mount & Framed Print: Mounted Print (as above) supplied in a quality pine/guilt frame, ready to hang.
Canvas Print: Giclée on 350gsm Premium Satin Canvas using long-life Pigment Inks; gallery wrapped* over kiln dried pine stretcher, 19mm deep, with traditional corner joints and wedges
Framed Canvas Print: Canvas Print (as above), set in a Floating Frame (13mm profile and smooth silk finish). Canvas floater frames give the illusion the canvas print is floating in the distinctive space within the frame. A small gap between the canvas and the frame allows the wrap edges of the canvas to be seen. (BLACK or WHITE frame options)
 
[* Gallery Wrap means the print image is reflected on each edge of the canvas]