The Faithful Anvil: a monument to the horseshoers of history
Local crews and equipment were used in construction. More than 20 yards of concrete anchor the structure into the ground. To the right, the monument as it stood in 2003 with the first anvils attached.
Left: Local news article describing the construction.
Below: The monument as it stood in 2011.
Professional photos by Resolusean, Inc.
Lee realized there was a need to recognize and respect the horseshoers who have come before and left their mark on the industry
And so, in 2003, the Faithful Anvil monument was completed
The 24 foot cross stands outside the doors of the museum against the beautiful Oklahoma sky. Each anvil is imprinted with the name of a deceased, influential contributor to the horseshoeing community.