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Detecting a Possible Future for Shoeing?
10/28/2021
Detecting a Possible Future for Shoeing?

Detecting a Possible Future for Shoeing?

In Fair Hill, Md., the recent site of a large international equestrian event, several farriers gathered, not necessarily an unusual occurrence where events that involve horses are concerned. However, this day lacked the usual sights and sounds that horse people have become accustomed to when conside...

08/19/2021

Question for farriers- what is the measure of a great shoeing job? Is it the craftsmanship of the shoe build and application? Or is it how the trimming/shoeing affects the symmetry of movement? Or is it a combination of factors? How would you describe a "well shod" horse? (or well maintained barefoot horse?)

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06/28/2021

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🐎 The RVC – together with the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) and Mars Equestrian™ – has launched a new, international scholarship programme aimed at advancing the health and welfare of the horse while providing an unparalleled learning experience for one aspiring veterinary investigator

➡️ Read more at: https://rvc.uk.com/veterinary-scholarship-equine-research

02/04/2021

I am looking for some veterinary shoeing prescriptions for a lecture on therapeutic horseshoeing. If you have an interesting document please take a photo and message me. All information will be blinded, just looking for information regarding workup, diagnosis and shoeing prescriptions.

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12/21/2019

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🇺🇸 A useful feature on our Graduate Diploma in Equine Locomotor Research for U.S. Farriers in the Thoroughbred Daily News. This course offers professional farriers the chance to develop the skill-set necessary to produce original research and increase an evidence base behind farriery

📄 Read the article here: https://rvc.uk.com/US-Farriers

➡️ Sign up for more information on how this course here: https://rvc.uk.com/equine-locomotion

New Ground For U.S. Farriers
12/20/2019
New Ground For U.S. Farriers

New Ground For U.S. Farriers

The saying of ‘No hoof, No horse’ is a phrase often used in the horse world and based on the reasoning that, farriers, as the custodian of the foot, quite literally hold the success, or the lack thereof, of the performance horse in their hands. Often dubbed the ‘second oldest profession’ in ...

When one opens a box of shoes and finds a mismatched pair of blue and black pads.....sigh. I imagine another farrier som...
10/01/2019

When one opens a box of shoes and finds a mismatched pair of blue and black pads.....sigh. I imagine another farrier somewhere in the world opening a similar box with the exact same reaction.

Commissioning of Thomas Eakins to Paint “The Agnew Clinic”
07/25/2019
Commissioning of Thomas Eakins to Paint “The Agnew Clinic”

Commissioning of Thomas Eakins to Paint “The Agnew Clinic”

Home » Online Exhibits » Penn History Exhibits » Selected Class Histories » Medical Class of 1889 » Commissioning of Thomas Eakins to Paint “The Agnew Clinic” Penn History Selected Class Histories Medical Class of 1889 Commissioning of Thomas Eakins to Paint “The Agnew Clinic” Contents ...

https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/graduate-diploma-in-equine-locomotion-research-usaApplications are currently o...
07/24/2019
Graduate Diploma in Equine Locomotor Research (GradDip ELR) USA - Undergraduate - Study - Royal Veterinary College, RVC

https://www.rvc.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/graduate-diploma-in-equine-locomotion-research-usa

Applications are currently open for the Royal Veterinary College's Graduate Diploma Course for farriers in Equine Locomotor Research. This course is designed for practicing farriers and will be hosted at New Bolton Center in Pennsylvania. I am currently enrolled in this course, and after talking with some of my cohorts we decided to post some of our experiences with the course to give farriers an "inside view" of what we learn and how our class work fits in with our daily business. Hopefully this starts some interesting dialog!

07/14/2019
Photos from Reilly Farrier Service's post
06/25/2018

Photos from Reilly Farrier Service's post

Photos from Rood & Riddle Equine Podiatry's post
10/09/2017

Photos from Rood & Riddle Equine Podiatry's post

Sports Medicine Rounds took on a whole new dimension yesterday as we visited Plantation Fields Horse Trials walking the ...
09/16/2017

Sports Medicine Rounds took on a whole new dimension yesterday as we visited Plantation Fields Horse Trials walking the course with one of our local Olympians Boys Martin. I am sure our students have an entirely new appreciation for the size of the jumps, the skill of both horse and rider and the work in designing an amazing CIC*** course. We are very fortunate to have such talented neighbors! Thank you to Boyd and Chris Ryan for the course walk, to Ellie Glaccum and Plantation Fields for welcoming our group, and to Karen Monks-Reilly for the commentary on dressage!

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09/08/2017

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"No hoof, no horse" is the old saying. Unfortunately, farriers have not been a large part of academia and our base of kn...
06/24/2017
The Royal Veterinary College’s Equine Locomotor Research Course for farriers expands to the USA

"No hoof, no horse" is the old saying. Unfortunately, farriers have not been a large part of academia and our base of knowledge has not changed much in the past 200 years. Imagine the possibilities if farriers had the opportunity to learn how to conduct research and how to review the research of others. Imagine a program resulting in 20-40 new farrier research papers per year. Imagine a program allowing practicing farriers the opportunity to obtain advanced academic degrees while still maintaining their full time practices. The program now exists, offered by the Royal Veterinary College in England, already drawing in some of the most well known farriers in the UK. We are happy to host this program in the United States at the University of Pennsylvania's New Bolton Center allowing US farriers to participate for the first time.
https://hoofcare.blogspot.com/2017/06/royal-veterinary-colleges-equine-locomotor-research-graduate-diploma-farrier.html

Good news! The already-successful graduate diploma research course for farriers at England's Royal Veterinary College (RVC) will be offered in the United States, beginning in January 2018. While mainly a distance-learning program, six weekend modules will be hosted at Penn Vet's New Bolton Center ou...

Penn Vet | Article
04/16/2017
Penn Vet | Article

Penn Vet | Article

[April 13, 2017; Kennett Square, PA] – Laminitis, the number-two killer of horses after colic, continues to have an enormous impact on equine welfare, in wide and varied circumstances. Dr. Andrew van Eps, Associate Professor of Equine Musculoskeletal Research, will discuss different approaches for s...

Photos from Dawn Timmeney FOX 29's post
02/08/2017

Photos from Dawn Timmeney FOX 29's post

12/20/2016
Australian Equine Laminitis Research Veterinarian Andrew van Eps Joins Penn Vet New Bolton Center

We are very excited to have Andrew back!
https://hoofcare.blogspot.com/2016/12/equine-laminitis-andrew-van-eps-new-bolton-center.html

Australian laminitis researcher Andrew van Eps, BVSc, PhD, MACVSc, DACVIM is moving to America to join the faculty at Penn Vet New Bolton Center. Dr. van Eps is noted for his contributions related to cryotherapy, or icing, of horses' lower limbs to prevent laminitis, and recent research on support l...

From the Animal Planet series on life as a veterinary student based at UPenn, this clip involves the routine (trimming a...
11/07/2016
Max’s Patient Has Us Seeing Stripes

From the Animal Planet series on life as a veterinary student based at UPenn, this clip involves the routine (trimming a hoof) with the unusual (working on a zebra under general anesthesia 1 year after his hoof fell off following a severe hoof abscess). Another day in the life!

http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/life-at-vet-u/videos/maxs-patient-has-us-seeing-stripes/

Max is finishing up his time at Penn Vet with an unusual patient – a zebra named Zippy, who is in need of a pedicure.

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Looking for a farrier for my warmblood who needs special shoes on the eastern shore of Maryland around Snow Hill, Thank you