I’m George Goode, the owner, master farrier and educator of the Tucson School of Horseshoeing.
Horseshoeing is my specialty and pride. Having handled and worked with horses since I was a youngster, I have the knowledge that comes only with years of experience.
I have started a new horseshoeing school in Crownpoint, New Mexico, on the Navajo Indian Reservation. I have done numerous 3 day clinics throughout the United States and abroad. I have given a 5 day seminar at the U.S.T.R.C. finals in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Horseshoeing evaluations in Albuquerque, NM for th USTRC and also for Rope America.
I founded the Tucson School of Horseshoeing in 1973 to make available to horsemen and horsewomen in 8 weeks’ time a trade with which they can make a good living.
Because of the wide range of horse activities here in Tucson, the abundance of horses, and the ideal climate, I have had the opportunity to shoe all types of horses. Consequently, I’ve become one of the top, if not the top, horseshoer in this part of the country. The experience and knowledge I have acquired over nearly forty years of experience are the backbone of the course in the farrier courses being offered at the Tucson School of Horseshoeing.
My reputation for competence, integrity, and affordability has continued through the years.
We look forward to seeing you soon.