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INTERNATIONAL HOOF-CARE SUMMIT
2021 Virtual Lecture Series

 

Hoof-care learning on your schedule
 

The International Hoof-Care Summit — 2021 Virtual Clinic Series offers a diverse learning program exploring today’s most critical equine hoof-care topics.

For 8 months beginning in February 2021, we'll release several thought-provoking live and on-demand Virtual Clinic Series presentations each month, featuring respected farriers, veterinarians and researchers delivering innovative, inspirational ideas to help you increase your hoof-care knowledge and grow your business. You'll also have access to monthly speaker Q&A sessions, panel discussions, and dozens of replays of top-rated presentations from past International Hoof-Care Summits!

Sign up today for $99 and gain a full year of access to EVERY session in the Virtual Clinic Series.

 

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schedule of monthly virtual clinic themes

February: Therapeutic Shoeing
March: Better Footcare Basics
April: Shoeing for Specific Disciplines
May: Managing Foot Diseases
June: Anatomy and Biomechanics 
July: The Future of Evidence-Based Farriery
August: Building a Better Business and Client Management
September: Improving Product and Tool Usage

 

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february PROGRAM THEME: therapeutic shoeing

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just a few sessions you'll receive in february...

 

 

LIVE PANEL DISCUSSION:
Helping Horses Overcome Soft Tissue Injuries

This session will be held twice. Attend either or both sessions.
Session 1: Tuesday, February 9 @ 7pm CT
Session 2: Saturday, February 20 @ 2pm CT

 

Stuart Muir


MODERATOR: 
Stuart Muir,
Farrier, Lexington, Ky.


PANELISTS: 
Todd Allen, Farrier, Vandergrift, Pa.
Travis Burns, Chief Farrier and Lecturer, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, Va.
Nick Denson, Farrier Sagamore Beach, Mass.
Dr. Adam Pendleton, Farrier and Veterinarian, Marblehead, Ohio

Tim Shannon, Farrier, Moreno Valley, Calif.


What are your toughest challenges when seeking solutions for helping horses overcome soft tissue injuries? Join a live panel discussion of footcare experts who will discuss this topic and answer your specific questions.

Register today and you'll automatically be signed up to attend this live online Panel Discussion. If you are unable to join this live session, it will be recorded for viewing later.



 

LIVE ONLINE Q&A SESSION

Tuesday, February 16 @ 7pm CT
 

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VIRTUAL CLINICIAN: 
Pat Reilly,
Chief of Farrier Services, Univ. of Penn. New Bolton Center


In this session, University of Pennsylvania Chief of Farrier Services Pat Reilly will answer your questions related to managing foot fractures and working in a veterinary-farrier team. Before you join this live Q&A, be sure to watch Reilly's 2021 Virtual Clinic Series on-demand session, "Management of Fractures Within the Hoof session."

Register today and you'll automatically be signed up to attend this live online Q&A session. If you are unable to join this live session, it will be recorded for viewing later.


 

 

LIVE ONLINE Q&A:
Hoof-Care Insight and Product Innovation

Tuesday, February 23 @ 7pm CT
 

Esco Buff


VIRTUAL CLINICIAN: 
Esco Buff, Farrier, Webster, N.Y.


Kawell began as a project to develop products based on copper to take advantage of its antimicrobial properties and its benefits in providing solutions to diseases associated with bacteria and fungi. Through research and several case studies, Kawell has developed proven copper alloy horseshoe and inserts to help improve hoof health and the overall quality of a horse's hoof. In this live Q&A session, Kawell clinician Esco Buff will answer questions about copper-alloy horseshoes and share advice on improving footcare.

Register today and you'll automatically be signed up to attend this live online Q&A session. If you are unable to join this live session, it will be recorded for viewing later.


 

 

ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL CLINIC:
Management of Fractures Within the Hoof

 

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VIRTUAL CLINICIANS:
Pat Reilly,
Chief of Farrier Services, Univ. of Penn. New Bolton Center
Dr. Dean Richardson, Equine Surgeon, Univ. of Penn. New Bolton Center


We all know it takes a team to care for the horse. But the work the veterinarian-farrier team is especially critical when treating hoof fractures. Dr. Dean Richardson and Pat Reilly of the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center will discuss practical approaches to addressing fractures and how their work with each other is essential for achieving the best results for the horse.

Register today and we'll send you a link to view this on-demand lecture on February 1.

 


 

 

ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL CLINIC:
Creative Uses for Hospital Plates on Horses

 

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VIRTUAL CLINICIAN:
Travis Burns,
CJF (TE), AWCF
Chief Farrier and Lecturer, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, Va.

 

From his experience as the Chief of Farrier Services at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, Travis Burns sees many therapeutic cases that require creative thinking for a shoeing solution. Hospital plates are common tools he uses to help horses in need. In this session, he will give guidelines for selecting and applying these useful therapeutic devices. He’ll also provide tips and ideas on fabricating hospital plates.

Register today and we'll send you a link to view this on-demand lecture on February 1.

 

 

WATCH NOW: Presentation Preview with Travis Burns

 
In this video, Burns shares a few quality tips as a preview to his lecture in the International Hoof-Care Summit — 2021 Virtual Clinic Series.

 


 

 

ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL CLINIC:
Therapeutic Shoeing Packages for the Performance Horse
 

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VIRTUAL CLINICIAN:
Blane Chapman,
Farrier, Vernon, Texas

It’s not a matter of if, but when an equine athlete sustains an injury while training or competing in the show ring. What are your therapeutic shoeing options to keep the horse in competition or return it to the ring as quickly and safely as possible? Vernon, Texas, farrier Blane Chapman will share how he evaluates a horse’s needs and the strategies for applying the therapeutic shoeing packages that he uses in his successful hoof-care practice.

Register today and we'll send you a link to view this on-demand lecture on February 1.

 

 

WATCH NOW: Presentation Preview with Blane Chapman

 
In this video, Chapman discusses what attendees will learn from his lecture in the International Hoof-Care Summit — 2021 Virtual Clinic Series.

 

 

 

 

ALSO COMING IN FEBRUARY...
GET EXCLUSIVE ACCESSS TO Top-Rated Therapeutic shoeing Sessions from Previous International Hoof-Care Summits


Register today and on February 1 we'll send you the best-of-the-best Therapeutic Shoeing presentations from past International Hoof-Care Summits:
 

Principles and Solutions for Helping Horses with Poor Sole Depth
Dr. Sammy Pittman, Veterinarian and Farrier, Collinsville, Texas

Recognizing and Treating Angular Limb or Flexural Deformities in Foals
Steve Kraus, Cornell University Head of Farrier Services

Regardless of the Modality, Basic Farrier Principles Must be Addressed in Therapuetic Cases
Mitch Taylor, Kentucky Horseshoeing School

The Use of the Heart-Bar Shoe
Jay Tovey, Farrier, Bedford, England

Together We Can Eradicate Club Foot
Dr. Simon Curtis, Farrier and Researcher, Newmarket, England

Radiographs in the Use of Farriery
Dr. Scott Pleasant, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine

Causes and Diagnoses With Navicular Apparatus, Part 1 and Part 2
Dr. Scott Pleasant, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
Travis Burns, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine

Foal Limb Deviations: Identification and Management Techniques
Kirk Adkins, Farrier, Vacaville, Calif.

The Caudal Aspects of the Foot
Danvers Child, Farrier, Lafayette, Ind.

Why Equine Bones Break and Tendons Rupture
Dr. Renate Weller, Researcher
and Veterinarian, Royal Veterinary College

Shoeing the Hind Limbs for Performance and Therapy, Part 1 and Part 2
Dr. Hans Castelijns, Veterinarian and Farrier, Cortona, Italy

Hoof Capsule Management for Sheared Heels and Quarter Cracks
Bob Pethick, Farrier, Califon, N.J.

Shoeing Strategies for Addressing Navicular Syndrome
Dr. Vern Dryden, Bur Oak Veterinary & Podiatry Services. 

 

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Questions about the International Hoof-Care Summit?

Contact American Farriers Journal
by phone at (866) 839-8455 or (262) 432-0388;
by fax at (262) 786-5564;
by email at
info@americanfarriers.com

To learn about sponsorship opportunities contact Jeremy McGovern
at (262) 777-2410 or jmcgovern@lessitermedia.com

To learn about group attendance discounts contact Dallas Ziebell
at (262) 777-2412 or dziebell@lessitermedia.com

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