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Horse Shoeing Career Schools

Butler Professional Farrier School
Learn horse shoeing skills faster with sequential learning system and hands-on instruction from the Butler team. Choose from Essential and Advanced Classes or Graduate-Level training for professionals. Owned by Doug Butler, author of The Principles of Horseshoeing, the leading textbook used by farrier schools worldwide. Butler has been the trusted name in farrier education for over 45 years.

Casey and Son Horseshoeing School
Casey and Son HorseShoeing School in Lafayette, Georgia

Heartland Horseshoeing School
Horseshoeing School teaching the art of Farriey.

Kentucky Horseshoeing School
Kentucky Horseshoeing School

Lookout Mountain School of Horseshoeing
Farrier school in the mountains of northern Alabama. Teaching forge, trimming and live shoeing.

Maryland Horseshoeing School
Maryland Horseshoeing School

Oklahoma Horseshoeing School Table of Contents
Oklahoma Horseshoeing School, Inc.

Pacific Coast Horse Shoeing School - Number one farrier school
Pacific Coast Horseshoeing School is a vocational school committed to high quality instruction in the skill of horseshoeing for those people interested in a career as a farrier / blacksmith / horseshoer. Although a farrier school, PCHS also offers courses for those wanting to shoe their own horse.

Sierra South Horseshoeing School
Sierra South Horseshoeing School offers an eight-week farrier course that includes a combination of lecture, forging, and practical horseshoeing. Students handle horses and tools from the first week of school, and continue with as much hands-on experience as time allows throughout the course.

Tucson School of Horseshoeing - Farrier School
Tucson School of Horseshoeing courses taught at this school deal exclusively with farriery and some blacksmith work. Farrier certification is available after this course.

Welcome to the Midwest Horseshoeing School
Midwest Horseshoeing School - Farrier School, Macomb, Illinois


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