It all started with a lame horse called Tyson. After none of the old fashioned approaches to hoof care seemed to help him I decided to hire an equine podiatrist and it did not take long before we saw Tyson competing and hacking comfortably. I watched him thrive with this force-free, fuss-free and natural approach to how his feet were cared for.
It has been many years of research and learning, with many barefoot hooves having joined the herd since, and after our trimmer gave me my first rasp to help with Tyson’s fast-growing cob feet I have invested myself in this patient, natural approach and have become obsessed with the structure and function of hooves and how this relates to diet and lifestyle.Learn More
Initial Consultation – We will start by getting some background information, including looking at the history of the horse and any previous or current health and foot issues. We will look at their diet, environment, workload and also observe the horses gait in walk and trot and come up with a care plan that will work for you and your horse. Once you are happy I will trim the horse as necessary, leave you with some recommendations and plan your next visit.
Based near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk and covering Norfolk, Suffolk and parts of Essex. If you are outside of this area drop a message and we can discuss a small travel fee.
If you are interested in an initial consultation or visit to discuss your requirements get in touch via my contact details listed email@example.com 07711679151
Equine – Pertaining to animals classed as “Equidae” (Horses, Donkeys, Zebras and Hybrids such as mules). Podiatry – The branch of medicine that deals with the treatment and prevention of diseases of the foot. Equine Podiatry is a science-based approach to the care, diet and environment of the barefoot horse.
To me this has always seemed an odd question – I would ask “why shod”. Horses naturally thrive without shoes with the correct care, diet and environment. Able to work on all surfaces over great distances. With the correct trim and work, they will always grow enough hoof to replace what they wear. So “Why Shoes”?