ATTEND THE WORLD'S LARGEST EQUINE FOOTCARE EVENT AND TRADE SHOW!
Attend the 16th annual International Hoof-Care Summit, offering unparalleled hoof-care education through highly informative and engaging General Sessions, practical Hoof-Care Classrooms, collaborative Hoof-Care Roundtables, instructional “How-To” Clinics and 10 uninterrupted hours to discover 2019’s newest footcare products at the Summit Trade Show.
A no-time-wasted program will feature nearly 40 top-notch farriers, veterinarians and researchers delivering innovative ideas to help you increase your hoof-care knowledge and grow your business.
Join us in Cincinnati to experience for yourself why 98.7% of past attendees recommend the International Hoof-Care Summit!
Featuring 70+ targeted sessions over 4 days, the 16th annual International Hoof-Care Summit will immerse you in in-depth hoof-care knowledge on everything from trimming and shoeing techniques to business management to treating hoof problems, and much more. Download the just-released speaker program to see for yourself why this will be your most productive 4 days of hoof-care learning all year.
Learn Successful Hoof-Care Strategies From These Top Experts and Many More!
Bedfordshire, England farrier Jay Tovey has over 20 years of farrier experience and has many distinguishing accomplishments, including passing the Fellowship exam in 2017 — an achievement held by only a handful of people in the world. He was also awarded Farriery examiner and judge by The Worshipful Company of Farriers. Tovey was a farrier for the 2012 Olympics in London.
Dr. Simon Curtis
Simon Curtis is a practicing farrier and worldwide lecturer from New Market, England. With 40 years of hoof-care experience, he has demonstrated farriery on six continents and published three textbooks on farrier practices. Curtis was awarded a doctorate for his project studying the development of the foal's hoof and has completed a six year Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program at the University of Central Lancashire. Among many of his accomplishments, Curtis was awarded an Honorary Associateship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, being the first farrier to ever receive this award.
Mike Wildenstein is among only four people in the world to have passed the distinguished Fellow of the Worshipful Company of Farriers examination in the United Kingdom with an “Honors” designation, as well as one of only a handful of farriers in the U.S. who have passed the Fellowship exam. He spent 19 years as resident farrier and adjunct associate professor at Cornell University and continues to share his knowledge through clinics, consultations and various other forms of media.
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