Farrier Resource Site

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Providing resources to the Colorado horse community  

By Linda Browneller, American Farrier Association, Certified Journeyman Farrier  

Welcome to the farrier resource site.

Colorado is a demanding climate for the health and soundness of our equine friends. Alternating wet and dry periods, cold temperatures, and the lushness of the pastures in Spring require us to pay close attention to hoof and leg issues.

This website provides resources for horse owners and farriers including clinics, mentoring, and specialized training.

On-site clinics Clinics and individual coaching offer an exceptional means of delivering valuable hoof and leg information to horse owners and farriers.

Ongoing research into issues such as laminitis (founder) and navicular provide new ways to help prevent and treat these problems.


On the Training, Resources, and Assistance link you will find:
For horse owners:
  • Educational clinics on horse hoof issues and problems
  • Help in finding a farrier
  • Coaching on ways to trim your own horses hooves
  • Aids to know when to call an expert on hoof and leg problems
For farriers:
  • One-on-one coaching and mentoring
  • Help with certification tests
  • Sources for additional and specialty training

Upcoming Clinics:


Oleo Acres Farrier Supply/Delta Mustad FREE clinic May 4, 2013 with Jason Harmeson, Berthoud, CO
RMFA/AFA Certification September 13 & 14, 2013. Adams Adkins Arena on the CSU Foothills Campus, Ft Collins, CO
RMFA hosts Bob Marshall, December 6 & 7, 2013. Cactus Creek Ranch, South of Colorado Springs, CO

Past Clinics:


2013 "Proper Shoeing and Confirmation", Douglas County High School, FFA
Parker Elizabeth Riding Club (PERC) April 6, 2011 Colorado Horse Park, Parker, CO 7:30 pm "Hooves and Trails"
Rocky Mountain Farriers Association (RMFA) April 29 & 30, 2011 8:00 am Mile Makers, Larkspur, CO Mark Caldwell, FWCF, CNBF Teaches farriery at Myerscough College, England Trained as a farrier in the British Army Identifying and Evaluating feet- - What dictates growth patterns and shape? Contact: Linda or Rocky Mountain Farriers Association
Fall Hands on Training to teach your animal to stand for the farrier "Foot Control through the Poll" Contact: Cat 303-841-0614 or Linda
More information...Contact me or Rocky Mountain Farrier Association










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