Our Customers are very important to US!

We believe strongly that we must provide prompt reliable service.
Respect for Horses, People, and Property is a must!
We strive to communicate, and work with the horse's Vet, Trainer, and mostly with the Horse Owner
It's our belief the the final say in how a horse is taken care of always is the word of the Owner

On Most Basic Concerns:
Leg Length      Toe Length    Laterial / Medial Balance
Sysmetrical       Natural Angle     Boney Column centered
                                                                  within the  hoof


After these are established we can then make adjustments to improve corrections Gait & Stance
Each Equine has its own needs
It is our experience and extensive education in
                  equine locomotion

                                                     that allows us to:
Determine your horse's true hoof care needs
Design a hoof care program according to the current conditions
Adapt or change the program at each appointment based on current conditions.

We don't just trim away growth ~ We mold future growth

We do not turn away horses with behavior problems
as long as it's safe and our clients are committed to working toward a solution.
We have a record of success delivering quality hoof care to horses with behavior problems
Shoes are a tool!
We shoe many equines, the majority are shoeless             
                Shoes could be used when there is a need for                         

Trimming and shoeing affect the horse in several ways:

1. It can alter the pattern of force transmission through the foot.
2. It can alter the motion of the foot in flight.
3. It can result in conformational changes in the leg. back. & the entire equine
Remember ~~ Foot structure and shape can be easily changed - anatomy can't ~~
For each foot there is a specific conformation (shape) that provides strength and locomotion.
The hoof must have the ability to withstand, accept, absorb, dissipate and transmit weight bearing forces in a manner that offers the greatest protection to the horse
we are looking for a combination of foot size, foot shape, wall length and angles that make the foot an ideal shock absorbing, weight-bearing structure.
It is the proper combination of these variables with careful consideration of proper movement throughout each gait that allows each limb to move in proper sync with each other limb, that we recognize as the
properly balanced foot.
Which allows the horse to perform at it's best and safest!