ABC HoofPrint Trim

The easiest and most proficient trimming method available.
Presented by Cheryl Henderson

 

 

 

ABC HOOF CARE   2  1/2   DAY CLINIC OUTLINE

 

Introductory Presentation   6 p.m. to 9 p.m. FREE TO PUBLIC

  1. Anatomy Sampler
  2. What are healthy hooves
  3. Why balance is important
  4. Damages created by Bar and Disease
  5. Case studies from hopeless to thriving

Note:  Generally the 3 hour educational the first day is free to the public.  If people coming for the weekend cannot be there for these 3 hours it will all be covered in-depth  the following two days.

 

Day Two   9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  1. In-depth Anatomy Presentation 
  2. Understanding the How's and Why's of trimming
  3. Recognizing the clues of wear and imbalance to the capsule, sole, frog and pastern
  4. Learning to "See what you are looking at"
  5. How to use the ABC HoofPrint Method
  6. How using the gauges will "Hone the Eye" and "Verify the Clues" in the hoof
  7. Learn how to apply hoof mapping prior to trimming "Coming up with a plan"
  8. Learn what sabotages the hoof from thriving   
    1. Recognizing Laminitis and Founder   
    2. Recognizing Bar   
    3. Recognizing Disease   
    4. Recognizing Imbalance
  9. Tool Handling
  10. Case Studies  
  11. Q&A

 

Day Three  9 a.m. to 5 p.m

  1. "Pathology: Disease of the hoof"
  2. Attendee's bring their flashdrives, CD or pictures of the feet they are interested in evaluating.   Depending on the location we will go out after lunch and show how to apply the method learned over the weekend.

Optional: Hosting clinics:  if available but not necessary, is to have some horses for people to practice getting the concept.   

Optional: There isn't enough time in the two and half day clinic to have people trimming live feet at the end of the 2nd full day.  A 3rd full day clinic (for those that attended the previous days) you will be supervised to trim your horse. Cost for this additional day is $100.

Evaluations with your horse would be done on Sunday or last day of clinic.