Farrier and Hoof Care Services - Farrier, Horse Shoeing and Hoof Care Services

Copper Ridge Ranch is located in Ellensburg, Washington.  We are a full-service horse training, boarding and breeding facility.  


 On this page you can:

    • Read what our clients have to say!
    • Buy a horse.
    • Learn how to schedule a lesson.
    • Find an answer to frequently asked questions.
    • Discover what you will learn in a clinic with Scott Mason.
    • Find horse events in Snohomish, King, Kittitas, Yakima and Benton Counties.
    • See just how beautiful and well-bred our Friesian and Arabian stallions are.

Farrier, Horse Shoeing and Hoof Care Services


P1020804.jpgScott Mason has been a professional farrier, shoeing horses since 1992.  He provides hoof care, trimming and shoeing, for warmbloods and miniature horses -- and everything in between.


Farrier, Horse Shoeing and Hoof Care Services include:

  • Trimming and shoeing.
  • Corrective shoeing for navicular, founder, cracks, seedy toes.
  • Steel and aluminum shoes for reining, trail, endurance, eventers and driving horses.
  • Weighted or lightweight and traction shoes for gaited horses.
  • Ice spikes and tungsten tips for added traction on slick footing, mountain trail riding and some driving situations.

Scott's horse shoeing clients are referred to him by happy clients and word of mouth. 


Having built a loyal client base, Scott's new business comes from client and vet referrals.  Scott regularly shoes horses in the following areas in Washington:

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  • Ellensburg
  • Yakima
  • Cle Elum
  • Thorp
  • Ronald
  • Redmond
  • Duvall
  • Issaquah
  • Bellevue
  • Maple Valley
  • Fall City
  • Ravonsdale
  • Monroe
  • Selah
  • Prosser
  • Sunnyside
  • Mercer Island
  • North Bend
  • Easton
  • Woodinville
  • Clearview
  • Roslyn
  • Granger
  • Naches


Please contact Scott directly at 206-390-1300 to schedule a shoeing appointment for your horse(s).


Cities Scott Does Farrier Work In

Scott has been shoeing Socks for nearly 4 years.  Having been slapped with a rasp by the farrier who put his first set of shoes on we were grateful that Scott was so kind to Socks and patient. 


Socks is always happy to see Scott's truck drive up the driveway and stand calmly and confidently while Scott trims his hooves and nails on new shoes. 


Teresa and Socks Mitchell


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