The Horseshoe Barn’s 30th Annual Fall Seminar
The Horseshoe Barn is excited to be celebrating its 30th Annual Fall Seminar November 10-11, 2017. We hope to see everyone here for another great year of lectures, discussions and hands-on experience with clinicians Curtis Burns, APF-I and Tim Cable, APF-I.
Curtis Burns APF-I of Wellington, Florida has been shoeing for over 20 years. He began as a Thoroughbred jockey and then as a trainer. Over the years, he has shod some of the highest Thoroughbred money winners in the United States, including Mucho Macho Man winner of the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Today, along with his wife Diane, he owns Polyflex Horseshoes in Wellington, Florida. He has a long and distinguished career in designing and working with glue-on shoes and quarter crack repair. He is also a current member of the AAPF/IAPF Board of Directors. Curtis will be lecturing on the “Proper Technique of Glue-On Shoes & Quarter Crack Repair” as well as discussing his product Polyflex Horseshoes. He will be giving live demonstrations throughout the day alongside clinician Tim Cable.
Tim Cable APF-I of Blasdell, New York is a third-generation farrier with nine shoers in the Cable family still shoeing. His career has focused on shoeing Standardbreds for the racetracks, but he also shoes three-day event horses, show jumpers, dressage horses and Thoroughbred race horses. He is committed to finding new techniques for farriers that will help others enjoy a safe and successful career. Tim is also a current member of the AAPF/IAPF Board of Directors. Tim will be lecturing on “Horsemanship” during the seminar as well as discussing “Flapper Pads” and giving live demonstrations both Friday and Saturday.
We hope to see everyone here for The Horseshoe Barn’s 30th Annual Seminar! For questions and concerns please call 916-925-6534.