Services Available

  • Hot Shoeing
  • Cold Shoeing
  • Trims
  • Custom Shoe Modifications
  • Drill & Tap
  • Hoof Resection & Repairs
  • Diseases and Infections
  • Quarter Crack Repairs
  • Therapeutic
  • Glue-ons
  • Consultations
    • Shoeing
    • X-rays
    • Movement
    • Lameness
    • Farrier, Vet or Both-Yes this is possible!
  • Clinician for various venues
  • Travel-Domestically and Internationally
  • Advanced scheduling
  • Huge network of Farriers and Veterinarians to pull knowledge and experience from to solve the toughest cases

This is a very basic list of what is available Everyday new products and techniques are being discovered.

Tim has been shoeing since 1993, specializing in Hunters, Jumpers, Dressage and 3-Day Eventers.  Working on all levels of horses from 4-H to Olympic level, his expertise in shoeing has taken him around the world, working in many different countries. Tim has worked with some of the best Veterinarians and hospitals locally and throughout the country.

25+ yrs shoeing Hunters/Jumpers, Dressage, Eventers

  • Wellington & Palm beach
  • Ocala, Florida
  • Virginia & Surrounding Area
  • Other Countries

Therapeutic/Corrective

  • Shoeing by X-rays
  • Negative Palmer Angles
  • Founder
  • Break-over issues
  • Sore Feet
  • Balance Issues
  • Bio-mechanics

Infections/Hoof Repair

  • White Line & Severe Infections
  • Seedy Toe
  • Quarter Cracks
  • Shelly Feet
  • Hoof Deformities

Glue-On/Specialty Shoes

  • Poly-Flex and Siga-foos Glue Ons
  • Aluminum and Steel custom shoes

Equine Podiatry

Equine podiatry is the study and management of the equine foot based on its anatomy and function.~Wikipedia

The job title “Equine Podiatrist” is used by people with a wide range of backgrounds. Some are veterinarians who have chosen to specialize in the equine hoof, while some are remedial farriers.~Wikipedia

“No Foot, No Horse”

The common adage “no foot, no horse” rings true in that the shape and soundness of a horse’s hoof dictates the levels of competition experience a great deal of wear on the internal and external structures of the hoof. Additionally, the variation in hoof structure is also dependent upon many other factors, including age, genetics, nutrition, and breed.

Equine podiatry essentially characterizes the factors that contribute to a reduction in hoof health and performance such as poor conformation, improper hoof trimming and/or shoeing, intense exercise, and insufficient hoof tissue maturation. Podiatrists also study the ways in which hoof function can be managed and improved in the equine athlete, and work to prevent the incidence of foot problems through proper hoof maintenance or the use of protective shoeing. ~Wikipedia