Pimp My Clyde
Forget new rims and low profile tyres, we're talking low-tech old-school. And while its lacking the bling factor it takes highly specialized skills to take care of these one horse-powered beasts.
Working and show horses require shoes, but at this heavy horse stud (they have Clydesdales and Shires) even when they're not being shoed they still need proper hoof care.
Horses need an equine pedicure every six or so weeks, and at a cost of approx $60 per heavy horse it starts to add up quickly when you've got 30+ horses on your property.
But thats the price you must pay. Owning a horse isn't recommended if you're on a tight budget.
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