Tucson School of Horseshoeing - Tucson, Arizona - Farrier, Blacksmith
Horseshoeing, Farrier School - Tucson Horseshoeing School
Tucson Horseshoeing School - Teaching farriers since 1973
Tucson School of Horseshoeing - Classes from 2 to 12 weeks
George Goode, Director of Tucson School of Horseshoeing
Horseshoeing School - Farrier Classes
Our Portable classrooms is available for horseshoeing clinics at your location
Testimonials from Tucson School of Horseshoeing Students
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We are very proud when students choose to attend our horseshoeing school.  We work on the premise that you trust us to give you full value for the time and money you are spending to attend the Tucson School of Horseshoeing.

Tucson School of Horseshoeing has complete facilities unsurpassed in efficiency and practicality.  Careful thought and consideration have been given to their design and construction.

Our Director shoeing a horse

The highly concentrated horseshoeing courses taught at this school deal exclusively with farriery and some blacksmith work.  We do not try to cover veterinary medicine, but we make certain that you are well versed in the anatomy of the horse's legs and feet.  To balance a horse's hoof is both an art and science. The art is in developing a visual sense of what is needed and how to manipulate what you have to achieve your desired effect. The science is found in developing a systematic, consistent method of observing the hoof. The scence is learning what is normal and what is not. But it is by developing both the art and the science that we all can better serve the horse.

If you are serious and apply yourself you can learn every phase of the farrier's art in the time allotted.  You will also learn the practical side of starting your own business.

Career Benefits of Horseshoeing

Lets talk about money, but remember, you have to like the work you do and do it well.  The old saying is, "You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time."  Do as well on a $300 horse as you would on a $5,000 horse and the money will start to come.

After 8 weeks of training at the Tucson School of horseshoeing, you can expect to earn $150 to $350 a day working with horses.

So please, browse this web site, look around and then contact us to get started in your new career as a fully-trained farrier!
"The Only Horseshoeing School in 25 Years of Business Without a Complaint"


  • Only Mobile Horseshoeing School in United States
  • 1 horse per student during field work
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Tucson School of Horseshoeing

Tucson School of Horseshoeing
2230 North Kimberlee Road
Tucson, Arizona 85749


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