Summer’s End – Farrier Clinic Season Begins

Farrier work

FPD farrier clinics focus on the foot- from prep to finished job.

It is the last of August and an unusually hot and brutal summer is coming to a close. Each year the end of summer is mourned by those who dread the eventual onset of winter. On the other hand, fall and winter are jam-packed with clinics and this year is no exception so it’s a season to look forward to as well. FPD has already set a large number of sponsored events on our clinic calendar and look forward to seeing you at an event in your region. Visit the FPD website to see all of our listed events.

The FPD clinics have always focused on content that is useful to you in your daily work. This fall we have Doug Workman, Mike Wildenstein, Dave Farley and Roy Bloom on the clinic trail with others tentatively scheduled. These are clinicians that are recognized for their ability to share their experience and talents in a way that is easy to take home and apply to your work. Each clinic sponsored by FPD has audio/visual equipment in place to help ensure that you will have a great view of the work and the ability to hear what “words of wisdom” might come forth. Might even be a few Sven and Ole jokes tossed around when Roy is in between the serious work.

Sept. 15 – Bromont, Quebec: Marechalerie Bromont – Doug Workman, APF CJF – Call 450-534-2759

Sept. 29 – Woodbury, TN: Tennessee Farrier Supply – Doug Workman, APF CJF – Call 615-464-4575

Oct. 20 – Gadsden, AL: Lookout Mt School of Horseshoeing – Doug Workman, APF CJF – 256-546-2036

Oct. 29 – Fredericksburg, OH: Yoder Blacksmith Supplies – Roy Bloom, APF CJF – Call 330-698-3200

Nov. 17 – Sacramento, CA: The Horseshoe Barn – Mike Wildenstein, CJF, FWCF – Call 916-925-6534

Dec. 9 – Wellington, FL: Palm Beach Farrier Supply – Dave Farley, APF CF – Call 561-204-5022


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