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.
I started learning to trim my own horses in 2009 with my trimmer. Then I noticed the need for balanced feet in my training clients and began trimming beyond my own in 2011, and it snowballed from there. I have a local mentor who supported my early learning, and I followed Pete Ramey’s approach as closely as I could along the way.
In 2017 I was entrusted with Barefoot Horse Canada by Anne Riddell, who started her mission to help horses in 2005. I intend to continue educating people about the whole-horse approach to help improve the lives of horses, ponies and donkeys in Ontario and abroad.
I certified with American Hoof Association , and then just recently with PHCP – thank you! My goal is to become a mentor. We need more educated barefoot trimmers in Ontario.
I LOVE rehabilitation cases; watching them move through their healing journey to soundess is exhilarating every time! I have a special interest in donkeys and minis. I am available for consultation, assessment, and rehab support.
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