2006 Hoof-Care Summit Features The Best-Of-The-Best New Farrier Products

The 3rd annual International Hoof-Care Summit offers an interactive look at new and innovative hoof-care products from the top manufacturers in the industry

With a theme of “Better Hooves, Better Horses,” the 2006 International Hoof-Care Summit, which runs from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3 in Cincinnati, Ohio, offers over 65 hours of educational hoof-care sessions and in-depth topics critical to professional success in today’s farrier industry. Aside from the 4 days of non-stop hoof-care immersion, one of the many popular features of the Summit promises to be the three extensive Trade Show sessions that offer an up-close look at the newest and most-innovative products that farriers will be using in 2006.

In these hands-on, interactive sessions, farriers and vets get to tour the more than 100 booths and product displays from the top manufacturers in the industry. Attendees get to handle and inspect new hoof-care products, ask questions from manufacturer representatives and even purchase essential materials in a relaxed, hassle-free environment. It’s a must-see sneak preview of which farrier products are going to be coming your way in 2006.

Check out just some of the thousands of footcare products that you’ll be seeing at this year’s International Hoof-Care Summit.


Many have seen the green and yellow Easywalker horseshoes. Now for the horse owner who wants to be a little more discrete, the manufacturer has produced a new line of shoes that more closely resemble the hoof’s natural color and earth tones. The three new colors of Easywalker include translucent…

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Pat Tearney is a long-term newspaper and magazine veteran writer and editor. Before retiring, he served for a number of years on the American Farriers Journal staff and continues to share his writing talents with our readers.

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