Although not yet fully certified by PHCP, with the support of their Mentors and colleagues, they can do an excellent job caring for your horse’s hoof needs as they complete their training.
Advanced Student Practitioners have completed Independent Study and are in the advanced phase of the training program, giving them more experience than a Student Practitioner. They are prepared to work on more difficult cases with the support of their Mentors and colleagues as they complete their training.
Members who have completed their training and passed the final certification process.
Certified PHCP Practitioners who have been approved as educators in our training program.
Each ★ represents 20 educational credits completed.
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Location: Moscow, ID (US)
Serving: ID, WA
Unfortunately for me and horse owners who need my services, I no longer trim professionally due to physical constraints. I’m able to consult, and help out someone interested in trimming their own horses. I’d love to be a casual, unofficial mentor if someone in my area wants to learn to trim, especially to trim professionally through PHCP. We need more good trimmers!
I am a native of southern Idaho and did time in California, Missouri, Wisconsin and Utah, in pursuit of college degrees and work as a Plant Disease Diagnostician. My husband and I finally landed on a small farm in northern Idaho and are still raising a family of two sons and a daughter. I’ve always had an aversion to horseshoes but saw them as a necessary evil until I was introduced to barefoot trimming in 2004. Due to living in places with no competent barefoot practitioners, I was forced to learn to trim for myself, the hard way, with my own horses as victims. They’re all still standing! I quit my job at Washington State University to study for certification with PHCP in early 2015 and I continue to learn amazing things. This path is easily as strenuous mentally as was my Master’s degree.