TEACHING UPDATED AND RELEVANT FARRIER SCIENCE WITHIN
A TRADITIONAL HORSESHOEING SCHOOL EDUCATION
OFFERING YEAR ROUND
Laminitis Concerns? Navicular Syndrome? Cushings?
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.
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,
To provide an environment for
soundness and a path to healing.
To keep an open mind and learn what
we don't know.
on Wild Horse Research.
Natural Balance -
What It Is, and What It Isnít.
Influences and Itís Effect on Domestic Feet.
Treatment of Lameness Issues.
How to Identify
Appropriate Balance in Your Horseís Feet.
The Right Start -
Maintaining Healthy Feet in Foals.
To see a detailed
curriculum and Course Outline, go to the "student
Shoeing Systems available on a case by case basis.
Our program attracts
focused, serious minded students with a high degree of
success entering the profession.
Call for more information:
Phone: 425 890-3043
A comment from our client:
Hello Mark, Karen and the Hoof
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.
Visitors are always welcome!