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Spanish Lake Blacksmith Shop sells farrier supplies and horseshoeing supplies.  We are located in Missouri.  We provide horseshoes, farrier tools, horseshoeing tools and forging equipment.  We are proud to carry the most popular brands in the farrier industry, including Kerckhaert Horseshoes, Liberty Horseshoe Nails, Capewell Horseshoe Nails, Delta horseshoe nails, St. Croix horseshoes, Bellota Rasps, Vector Horseshoe Nails and Bloom Forge Tools.  From steel horseshoes to race plates, and a complete range of farrier tools, we can help you get the job done.

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SPANISH LAKE BLACKSMITH SHOP RESTORATION & PRESERVATION

The original Spanish Lake Blacksmith Shop is being restored by the St. Louis County Parks and Recreation Department.  It will have a new home at Faust Park, within a historic village.  Because of the dedication of the Spanish Lake Historical Society and some heritage minded folks in the St. Louis County Park system the old shop was dismantled and is coming to life again.

For a $100 donation you can receive a signed and numbered print of the old shop as it appeared in the winter of 1992.

Checks payable to:
"Historic Sites Foundation"

Mailed to:
Faust Park
ATTN: Jesse Francis
15185 Olive Blvd
Chesterfield, MO 63017

Lori Ritchey, Museum Educator for St. Louis County Parks Dept. wrote to me: "Once we receive a donation I will personally put a print in the mail to them."