About Noble Farriery

Owned and operated by Seth Noble, Noble Farriery LLC has been in business since 1996.

Noble Farriery offers comprehensive hoof care striving to make a quality product and serve the well-being of our clients’ horses giving them positive, safe, and caring interactions.  Our brand is defined by our culture and patent-pending signature trimming technique which is proven to optimize hoof health. All of our services are performed by conscientious farriers demonstrating excellent horsemanship skills. We stake our reputation on our high standards, consistency, excellent communication, and the ability to work collaboratively with a horse’s team. Our convenient subscription billing service gives clients a range of prices and a chance to schedule a year in advance.

Seth Noble Principal Farrier

Seth attended Oklahoma Horseshoeing School in 1995 after he fell in love with horses while working on ranches in Montana and Wyoming. He started his farrier business in Ellensburg Washington in 1996 and immediately became interested in collaborations with trainers and rehab specialists.

He has worked with an array of pleasure riding, western, and English discipline horses. After fine-tuning his skills, his clientele among the competitive English discipline horses grew, requiring him to move to Western Washington in 2004.

As a natural artisan, making handmade shoes and forge work is important to Seth, allowing him to meet the needs of each horse. His horsemanship and regard for the equestrian culture give him a respectful approach to these long-standing traditions.

Seth has the pleasure of working with competitors in the English discipline riding community and looks forward to competition season when he’s not working on his clients at home.

Sarah Noble Director of Operations

Sarah has an eclectic work history spanning the range of the fashion industry, the arts community, events, branding, social media, project management, and digital publication. Working closely with Principal Farrier, Seth Noble, and Office Administrator, Anna Nobles-Fisher, Sarah oversees the flow of the company and implements all operating strategies and marketing.

She also enjoys community service and sits on the Providence O’Christmas Trees board, raising funding and awareness for seniors in King County who have outlived their resources; she is a founding board member for Little Mercies giving aide to children of refugees and serves as a board member for Stand For Courage – a bullying prevention campaign. Sarah and Seth also love supporting the arts community in various ways and are Contributor Circle members for Seattle art Museum.

Sarah is passionate about advancing Seth’s mission to provide advocacy and excellent care to horses while creating a safe, secure, and exciting work environment and culture for farriers and employees of the Noble Farriery team.

Anna Nobles-Fisher Office Administrator

Anna grew up in the Bridle Trails area of Bellevue, Washington. She inherited the “horse bug” from her mother, who rode in western events as a teenager, as well as her grandfather, and aunt who bred, trained, and raced Thoroughbreds at Long Acres, Emerald Downs, and other west coast tracks.

Anna has always been a horse lover with a special affinity to off-the-track thoroughbred’s, namely her 18-year-old gelding Hamilton. She has been working within the equine industry for the last six years in various positions including Equine Department Buyer at Town Center Hardware, Rehabilitation Groom at Pegasus Training and Rehabilitation, Groom for Alyssa Pitts Dressage and Farm Manager of Cedar Meadow Farm.

Anna is particularly interested in equine biomechanics, sports medicine, and rehabilitation of lower limb injuries. These interests developed concurrently in her time spent working as a groom and caring for highly competitive horses of all disciplines. Anna is thrilled to be joining the Noble Farriery team!

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EMAIL:

For Office Administration,
Scheduling, and Invoices:
(425) 440 – 2742

For Seth Noble:
(206) 679 – 4110

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