We are committed to being reliable, professional and punctual. In fact, we were founded specifically to address the service gap in the hoof care industry. Like you, we are horse people who have missed shows, canceled trail rides and rescheduled pre purchase exams due to lost shoes or missed appointments. We have been late to work due to our farrier's tardiness or failure to show at all. Service is the standard that defines the success of most business these days. We believe horse people deserve the same level of service you've come to expect in other key areas of their lives. You spend a lot of time, energy and money on your horses and we believe you have the right to excellent service from your farrier, too!
Our farriers are professionally trained and regularly participate in continuing education to ensure we are up to date in both the theory and practice of horseshoeing. We provide high quality services from barefoot trims to performance horses to therapeutic shoeing and veterinarian consults. Our training is designed and overseen by Bob Smith, a leading farrier and international educator who was voted by his peers into the International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame. He literally wrote the book on horseshoeing (the training manual for the American Association of Professional Farriers) We are so confident in the quality of our service and hoof care that we unconditionally stand behind our work.
We care about your horse. He is our number one client and we want to know about him. We don't believe that "one size fits all" and make a point about learning your discipline, past issues and future goals. We care about you: We understand the importance your equine partner plays in your life, and the anxiety that lost shoes, lameness or other concerns can cause. We care about our farriers: We do everything we can to ensure the safest possible shoeing environments. This includes ensuring horses are as safe to work on as possible. We will work with your Veterinarian if your horse needs sedation to manage pain to perform work, and will provide guidance or referrals if your horse needs additional training.
We can be reached 7 days a week, 8am to 8pm.