Certified practitioners and mentors are required to complete a minimum of 10 continuing education credits each year. Click on a practitioner to view more details. When choosing any hoof care professional, it’s always a good idea to ask for references. You can search for a specific practitioner or location below.
As an 8th generation farmer, knowledge of animal welfare has always been a priority for me. Whole horse hoof care has been a passion of mine since I first learned to trim in 2007. I continue to educate myself so that I can better help people and horses find a pathway to health and happy trails. I host multiple clinics for riding and hoof care each year, and am very active in our local horse community. My husband and two children help me on the farm where we run a 260 head cattle operation, board 60+ horses, teach riding, and offer training services. I serve clients in Southwest VA and Northeast TN. As a member of the American Hoof Association, I am very proud to be joining with the PHCP!
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