The art of horseshoeing takes time, patience, and practice to develop trimming, horseshoeing, and forging skills. It also takes someone in good physical health.
- Physical examination before attending
- A current Tetanus vaccination
- Bring bedding, pillow, food, special cooking utensils (a few basic ones provided), and toiletries
What to expect?
- Class is conducted Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
- Lunch can be packed or purchased in a town a few miles away or on the way home from farms
- Homework may consist of bookwork and/or forging exercises
- Instructor is available to answer questions outside of class hours
- The shop is open evenings and weekends for students to practice
Tuition & Fees
- The tuition for each course is all inclusive.
- There are no extra fees or hidden charges incurred during the course.
- Tools will be provided for the student to use while enrolled at the school.
- A textbook will be available for each student.
- If a student prefers, they can purchase their own textbook.
- Free housing will be provided on the grounds where the school is located for the student to use while at the school and includes a kitchen and laundry area.
- Meals, bedding, and toiletries are not provided.