Advanced Farrier Clinic with Chris Gregory CJF FWCF, Townville, SC (18 CE)
Land of Lincoln Horseshoers Association Winter Clinic, Lexington, IL (12 CE)
Farrier Discussion Meeting, North Smithfield, RI (3 CE)
APPROVED FOR 3 AAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
New Mexico Farrier Association Clinic with Dusty Franklin, Bernalillo, NM
AAPF Hoofcare Essentials Clinic at TT Distributors, Ocala, FL (7 CE)
Clinicians and Topics:
ACR Aluminum Horseshoes
American Farriers Journal
Anatomy of the Equine LLC
Anvil Brand Shoe Company
Big Blu Hammer Mfg Company
Castle Plastics Inc.
Daisy Haven Farm: School of Integrative Hoofcare
Dechra Veterinary Products
Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center
Diamond Farrier Company
East Coast Horseshoe Supply
Electric Hoof Knife
Farrier Product Distribution
Farriers' Fix Hoof Oil
G.E. Forge & Tool
The Horseshoe Barn
Horseshoes Plus Inc.
Kahn Forge Inc.
Ken Davis & Sons
Life Data Labs
MFC Horseshoeing Tools / Purcell Farrier Supply
Meader Supply Co.
Monetta Farrier Specialties
NC Tool Co.
Nature Farms Farrier Supply
Northeast Farrier Supply
Nutrena - a Cargill Company
Pacific Coast Horseshoeing School
Palm Beach Farrier Service
Polyflex Horseshoes (No Anvil LLC)
Save Edge Inc.
Soft Ride Boots
Vettec Hoof Care
Well-Shod Farrier Products
World Championship Blacksmiths
W. F. Young
Yoder Blacksmith Supplies
APPROVED FOR 7 AAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
S.H.O.E. Vet/Farrier Workshop, Monroe, NC (5 CE)
Heartland Farrier Blacksmith Course, Lamar, MO (70 CE)
This course is designed for individuals at any level that wish to learn, or perfect, forging aimed at farriery. While we may do some ornamental work in this course, the primary focus will be on horseshoes and farrier related tools, such as tongs and punches.
For any students that are also coming to one of the beginner courses at HHS, the Farrier Blacksmith Course is a tremendous advantage. Getting to learn about forging without all the rest that the regular courses are throwing at you allows for you to be a step ahead of your classmates when regular classes start.
There are no horses or class time with this class, just 2 weeks of hands-on forge time. It is a good time for the novice to learn the art of forging; the cold-shoer to evolve into a farrier; and the skilled farrier to improve and take their skills to the next level. Becoming a skilled farrier requires that one become proficient in the art of blacksmithing, and we can help you get there.
The first project will be a horseshoe sandwich, followed by simple shoes and bar shoes. We will also make tongs, drifts, forepunches, chisels, pritchels, and maybe even some handled tools like a creaser or handled hot-cut. This class is a lot of fun, and a good time for the working farrier to take a break from the normal routine, and become better at their job while they do so.
Since it can be so hard for a practicing farrier to get away for 2 weeks, this course is set up so that you can attend on a daily or one week basis. Just contact the school for pricing if you would like to come for a shorter time during this course. Since it is like a hands-on clinic, working with individuals at their level is not a problem.
Rogue Equine Podiatry Symposium, Eagle Point, OR (8 CE)
AMFQ / AFA Pre-Certification Clinic, St-Amable, QC (7.5 CE)
Country View Veterinary Service Clinic, Oregon, WI (7 CE)
Allegheny Farrier Friday, Murrysville, PA (13 CE)
Equine Health Symposium, Davis, CA (5.5 CE)
Visby Supplies Annual Clinic, Wellington, FL (6 CE)
Equine Health Symposium, Raleigh, NC (6.5 CE)
Farrier Focus Podcast with Ken Mankel (1 CE)