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Events in the next 600 days...
February 24, 2024
Clinician: LaVerne Mast

APPROVED FOR 6 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.


 
February 24, 2024 - February 25, 2024
Clinician: David Hallock CJF ASF AWCF

APPROVED FOR 13.25 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

 
February 24, 2024
Clinicians: Betsy Lordan, DVM, CJF, TE, DipWCF

APPROVED FOR 5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: FAWS
February 29, 2024
Clinician: Ed Cigany APF

APPROVED FOR 2 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Red Star Veterinary Clinic
March 1, 2024
Clinician(s): Dr Nadine Soloman, Sara Wollaston-Hayden & Todd Allen

APPROVED FOR 4 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Allegheny Equine
March 10, 2024
Clinician(s): Naomi Katzowitz DVM, James Gilchrist APF-I, Dave Farley CF APF-I, Jacqueline Karlsen AF-I

APPROVED FOR 8 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Sponsor(s): Hoofcare Essentials Foundation Educational Partners
March 16, 2024
Clinician: Emanuel Kempf CF APF-I

APPROVED FOR 4 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Sponsor: Daniel Weaver CF APF-I & Dutch Valley Horse Sale
March 16, 2024
Clinician: Betsy Lordan DVM CJF TE DipWCF

APPROVED FOR 7 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Horseshoes Plus, Victory, Farrier Products Distribution, Glue-U USA, Farrier Industry Association

 
March 16, 2024
Clinician(s): Tiffany Gardner CJF, APF-I and Connor Sloman APF-I

APPROVED FOR 6 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor(s): Hoofcare Essentials Foundation Educational Partners
March 20, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
March 30, 2024
Clinician(s): Roberto Verbera & Raquel Providell

APPROVED FOR 5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Werkman USA
April 5, 2024 - April 6, 2024
Clinician(s): Lary Mast, Randy Luikhart

APPROVED FOR 5.5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor(s):
April 17, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
April 27, 2024
Clinician: Stuart Muir

APPROVED FOR 8 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Soft Ride Boots, 3D Hoofcare, SoundHorse, Polyflex Horseshoes
May 15, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
May 18, 2024
Clinician: Dan Carlise 

APPROVED FOR 7.5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: TBD

Host: Jeremy Lucas CF JICF APF-I
May 25, 2024
Clinician: Jeff Mangone APF-I 

APPROVED FOR 6.5 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsors: East Coast Horseshoeing School, Khan Forge, North East Farrier Supply & Forge Fate Farrier Service
May 25, 2024 - May 27, 2024
Clinician: Philip Himanka

APPROVED FOR 21 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (7 CE Credits per day).

Sponsor: Progressivehoofcare.com
June 19, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
June 22, 2024 - June 24, 2024
Clinician: Philip Himanka

APPROVED FOR 21 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS (7 CE Credits per day.

Sponsor: progressivehoofcare.org
July 17, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
August 21, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
September 18, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
October 16, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
 
November 20, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.
December 7, 2024 - December 11, 2024
December 18, 2024
Clinicians: Drs. Dick Mansmann & Megan Radkin

APPROVED FOR 3 IAPF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS.

Sponsor: Foxglove Farm


Flyer Details: 
A DVM/Farrier/Owner Team provids an equine case in need of podiatry-related ideas. The examinations, radiography and dinner are gratis; the owner makes their own financial arrangement with their farrier. The meeting is from 6 PM to 9PM. While everyone is settling in & getting some food and drink there is a general topic of discussion for farriers and veterinarians’ joint interest. For example, on 10/19 the presentation and discussion was on considerations for shoeing for landing versus loading., Then, the horse’s owner, veterinarian and farrier provide a medical history. The group will observe the horse in motion in the aisle, arena and/or driveway. Next the group does a podiatry examination followed by Dr. Radkin doing podiatry radiographs for the group to discuss. Then a trimming and possible shoeing plan is discussed. The consensus plan approved by the owner and the owner’s farrier is then accomplished by the owner’s farrier. Follow-up radiographs will be discussed. There will be one case each evening. The end time is no later than 9PM. The goal is to see how farriers and equine practitioners work together on a particular case that can then translate to other cases.