Bare foot trimming
Bare Foot trim. The equine professional your horse would call.
Services Offered: Natural Bare Hoof Balanced Trims, Glue On Shoes, Boot Fitting, Laminitis, Rehab, Sport Horses, Minis, Donkeys, Pleasure, Trail, Driving
Natural, barefoot trimming is a partnership between the trimmer, owner and their horse. The ba ... See More
With years of horse experience, I know the saying "No Hoof then No Horse." I am a naturally hoof care provider using a trimming method based off natural hooves and their naturally shaped hooves. Each hoof is trimmed according to its own uniSee More...
Servicing Hickory and surrounding areas
8 years professional experience
AFA Certified Farrier
Member of American Farriers Association
Board Member of North Carolina Horseshoers Association
Serving Davidson & Surrounding Area
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Certified Farrier from Casey & Son Horseshoeing School and Research Center.
Happy Feet Farrier service incorporates natural horsemanship with shoeing horses so your horse can feel their best. Happy Feet is reliable, on time, and works very patiently with every horses need. Years of experience working with rehab horses and diSee More...
Natural Barefoot Trimmer Specializing in corrective work, founder cases and laminitic horses. Certified thru Liberated Horsemanship. Contact me with all your barefoot needs.
Pleas send contact info in description. Farrier services through Wilson ridge farms.
Phoenix Forge is owned and operated by Jack Craddock of Asheboro, NC. His background of horses originated out West while working with and training horses from Wyoming to Texas. Being around skilled farrier care he decided he wanted to pursue the trSee More...
Ethan is a graduate from Oklahoma State Horseshoeing school. He puts in the extra time and effort to make sure your horse receives the best hoof care. Works with a variety of horses, from trail to performance horses. Moving from the Fayetteville arSee More...
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