Larry Davis is a Whatcom County native, graduating from Ferndale High School in 1970, then spending the next twenty years in the U.S. Submarine Service. During the latter years of active duty he began shoeing horses for himself and neighbors. Upon transfer to the east coast he began an intensive two year apprenticeship program with an accomplished farrier. Larry shod primarily western pleasure, jumpers, drafts and trail horses while on the east coast. Larry and his wife Shelley moved back to Whatcom County in 1996. Over the years Larry has continued his education by attending farrier clinics and seminars on a regular basis.His clients vary from jumpers, dressage, reining, trail and pleasure horses. Larry makes a point in trying to fix the problem foot rather than applying crutches.Larry’s travel partner is Opey the wonder dog,who will fetch most anything you might throw for him. Larry can be reached at: 360-319-1981. He recently launched the website usafarrier.com, aiming to connect farriers, horses, and clients around the country.