Mitch is most recognizable throughout the industry as the head of the Kentucky Horseshoeing School and a go-to clinician for presentations on equine anatomy.
However before he was known as an educator, he spent his time working as a farrier in various disciplines, including racetracks out west and in the Bluegrass state.
In this episode, Mitch shares stories about his time as a farrier, what it was like learning under a legend in veterinary medicine, and gives advice on building your practice after you relocate to a new location.
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Intro Music: Gillicuddy - Adventure Darling
Interlude Music: Gillicuddy - Bending The Reed