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Mission Farrier School  Horseshoeing School     



Laminitis Concerns?  Navicular Syndrome? Cushings? Stumbling?

Now Scheduling Horses!

Basic Horseshoeing:  $80

Trims:  $25

Therapeutic Shoeing Systems available on a case by case basis.

Lameness issues and challenging cases in all riding disciplines are addressed.  Veterinary referrals welcome.  All work is closely supervised in a small, focused group.

Our clientele regularly include:  Laminitis cases, white line disease, stumbling problems, Cushing's and Peripheral Cushing's cases, and veterinary referrals.  We also trim and shoe a variety of sound horses form all breeds and disciplines.

Our Mission:

  • To take as much time as it takes to meet your horse's needs.

  • To provide a learning environment for our students and clients.

  • To learn as much as we can from each horse that walks through our door.

  • To evaluate each horse individually.

  • To put the needs of horses first, people second.

  • To provide an environment for soundness and a path to healing.

  • To keep an open mind and learn what we don't know.


Comments from our clients:

Hello Mark, Karen and the Hoof Huggers.
Again, thank you so much for the patience and skills demonstrated while working on my two horses.  The work was great, The patience superb..., The results are outstanding.
Both horses are moving well.  My gelding seems to be amazed with his new shoes.  He's stepping out really well.  My Fox Trotter mare is finally attempting to get into her gait, and she actually does break into a fox trot occasionally now.  She had not been able to get over the pace before being shod.  And pacing is not a good thing for a Fox Trotter!
Thanks again and all the best to all of you.


Mike and I wanted to thank you for spending time with us and Ruger.  You and Karen are both wonderful people and what a treat it was for us to visit Mission Farrier school - I can see why people from all over the country speak so highly of you.  The students were amazing and it was nice to hear from you about Ruger and his future.  We look forward to our continued work with Marie.

Thank you again. Cheryl and Mike Blackburn


Topics covered:

  • Slide Presentation on Wild Horse Research.

  • Natural Balance - What It Is, and What It Isn�t.

  • Environmental Influences and It�s Effect on Domestic Feet.

  • Re-thinking Healthy Foot Function.

  • Discussion and Treatment of Lameness Issues.

  • How to Identify Appropriate Balance in Your Horse�s Feet.

  • The Right Start - Maintaining Healthy Feet in Foals.


To see a detailed curriculum and Course Outline, go to the "student information" page.


Our program attracts focused, serious minded students with a high degree of success entering the profession. 

To schedule Horses
Call for more information: 
Phone: 425 890-3043


Visitors are always welcome!


17028 Trombley Rd.,
Snohomish, WA  98290
Phone: 425 890-3043
Direct E-mail