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.
At 2 years old, I sat on my first pony ride at a shopping center fair in a small town in Texas and my love has never subsided. After spending years taking lessons in dressage, trail and working at a trail riding ranch in southern California, I ended up in Arizona.
I have been working as a professional trainer full time for several years and have recently been training mustangs and burros from the BLM. I speak fluently in horse, gaited horse, donkey/ burro and even chestnut Arabian mare.
I have been trimming my own horses for quite a while, but have evaluated too many horses that needed more. The whole horse benefits with not only saddle fit, bit fit, lessons and training but also with a strong, functioning hoof.
An educational foundation for hoof care professionals and horse owners.