Gateway To Hoof Care

For The 21st Century


The “Gateway Clinic” is the foundation for our Hoof Care Certification Programs. It is also a perfect program for horse owners who want to trim their own horses and for those who want to evaluate the possibility of a career in hoof care.

For additional information contact Ann Corso, Director of our Barefoot Initiative, AnnCorso@me.com or 606-224-0466.

Gateway Clinic June 6 – 10, 2016: We will do it again at Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute, Wooster, Ohio. The venue is convenient to the Akron or Cleveland airports. We will offer shuttle service to and from the airport and campus housing. We are also making arrangements for lunches catered by the OSU chef. Transportation to and from the airport, campus housing, and lunches (if we can complete the arrangements) will be provided free, courtesy of Liberated Horsemanship. Registration for the event will open shortly. We will announce it here on our website and on Facebook. Please register early. It helps us to prepare, i.e., make sure there are sufficient supplies and services for everyone.

In 2015 we had people attend the Gateway Clinic at OSU from the U.S., Canada, Austria and the UK. The convenience of the airports, shuttle service and campus housing make it very easy for people from around the world to attend a Gateway Clinic. We hope to see you there. Help us make natural hoof care a worldwide movement that benefits horses.

Here are a few comments that were posted on Facebook by students who attended the Gateway Clinic in 2015:

“Thank you all, it was a wonderful experience to have with so many passionate and talented people, you have inspired me.”

“Thank you to all of the wonderful instructors. The clinic was a truly amazing experience and I'm so excited to look at my horses' hooves with my new-found knowledge, and thrilled to have answers to the questions regarding hoof care that I've had for the past several months! Thank you many times over!”

“The clinic was awesome! Of course I learned a lot about hooves, but a lot of general horse knowledge too.”

“I am so excited to look at my horses' hooves with new eyes. I appreciate learning from our instructors' expertise and years of experience. I also feel like I learned so much from having hands on so many hooves of different shapes, sizes and conditions. Thank you all for setting up such a great learning experience!”

.A “wonderful job and and I applaud our instructors. I am very happy over how simple the trim was made, when in reality, it looked extremely hard. I hope to not stop here and continue on to master level.”

“Many thanks to Ann, Steve, and Bruce! I learned so much and really enjoyed the entire experience.”

The Friday Evening Event During The Gateway Clinic: In 2015 we had three members of The Ohio State University faculty give horse-related presentations. They were terrific! There were over 50 people present and we had fun giving away nearly $1,000 worth of door prizes and refreshments were provided courtesy of Dr. Danny Michaels, President of EQUITAG Smart Tags for Horses. Plans for another evening event are in the works.

*Refunds are granted up to 30 days prior to an event. A $30 processing fee plus any PayPal fee will be deducted from each refund. No refunds will be granted within 30 days of the event, although the funds may be applied to a future Clinic.





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