Tom Curl began shoeing horses in 1972, and throughout the years he kept improving his skills and and knowledge that led is clients to numerous World and National titles in the AQHA, APHA, Show Jumpers, Show Hunters, Dressage, Thoroughbred Racing, Standardbred Racing, Breeders Cup Champions and numerous Horses of The Year in multiple breeds in 14 countries around the world. Tom’s farrier work is directly associated with approximately $ 38 million dollars in winnings. Tom has been a featured speaker at AFA Conventions and International Hoof Care Summits. He was inducted into the International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame in 2006. Tom is considered one of the Worlds leading authorities in Quarter Crack Repair and Patching.
This Specialized Farrier class on Quarter Crack Repair and Patching has never been offered before. You will be shown all the techniques, procedures and materials used by Tom in the various sport horses where he patches cracks.
The wet lab, will have you using the various methods you learn, to successfully lace and patch Quarter Cracks at this Seminar.
APPROVED FOR 13 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (Saturday - 8 CE Credits; Sunday - 5 CE Credits)
Due to meeting restrictions in Cincinnati, Ohio, the IAPF Board of Directors has determined that it will hold its 2021 Annual Meeting virtually, by using Zoom. All members and guests are invited to attend. You may gain access by either using a computer or by telephone. Please see log-in information below.
The agenda will include the awarding of:
Robert "Red" Renchin CF APF Leadership Award - Presented to a farrier or veterinarian who has displayed leadership qualities similar to Mr. Renchin. This award is sponsored annually by the American Farriers Journal.
G. E. Forge & Tool Leadership Award - Presented to a non-farrier or veterinarian who has displayed leadership qualities similar to Beth and Walt Garner - principals of G. E. Forge & Tool.
Meader Supply Future Leader Award - Presented to aspiring farriers who have demonstrated leadership qualities.
IAPF Honorary Life Membership Award
Top 10 Continuing Education Credits Earners as either a clinician or non-clinician.
Retiring IAPF Board of Directors Awards to James Gilchrist APF-I, Gabriel Griffin CF APF-I, and Donnie Karr APF-I
Additional comments will be made by our current President Cathy Lesperance APF-I of Fergus, Ontario.
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Saskatoon Prairieland Park and volunteers from Saskatchewan Horse Federation, the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and various equine breed groups work together to facilitate this 10th annual Saskatchewan Equine Expo. The objective is to present equine related lectures, presentations, demonstrations, entertainment and opportunities focusing on the Equine Industry. Whether participants and spectators are amateurs or professionals, they will experience the newest products, techniques and technology.
Within the Saskatchewan horse industry a need exists for a quality event that will showcase the newest technological advances, the latest developments in equine health, and a demonstration of horsemanship excellence that is equally entertaining and educational.
Saskatchewan Equine Expo will celebrate the diversity of the equine industry with the live demonstrations, breeds on display, and events featuring outstanding horsemen and women.
Whether participants are amateurs or professionals, long-time horse owners or someone wanting to purchase their first horse, they will experience the newest products, best techniques and latest technology. The event will also attract trainers, coaches, veterinarians, and people that support the equine industry with a wide range of products and services.
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