No one ever knew exactly what was the mission the farrier received from his spectre.
The farrier escorted them to the steps of the corner-house, and then left them.
The farrier will look for his blemishes, to see if he is sound, and the jockey at his teeth, to guess at his age.
The farrier and Jerry did the best they could to ease his pain and make him comfortable.
About twelve o'clock we decided that the farrier was not coming, and the neighbour went home and I went to bed.
The farrier said he might mend up enough to sell for a few pounds, but Jerry said, no!
In one of the old cases a horse was sent to a farrier to be cured and was burnt before a cure was completely effected.
On the other side of that wall was the yard of Murphy the farrier.
George knew now that Rupert had walked home: Bluck, the farrier, had told him so.
On his return he sent for Dobbs, the blacksmith and farrier.
1560s, from Middle French ferrier "blacksmith," from Latin ferrarius "of iron," also "blacksmith," from ferrum "iron" (in Medieval Latin, also "horseshoe"); see ferro-. An earlier form of it in English was ferrer, ferrour "ironsmith" (late 12c., as a surname).