** UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP & MANAGMENT!**
LENGTH: 20 WEEKS: (800 hours of instruction)
TUITION & SUPPLIES: $19,625.00
(includes classes, tools, books and bunkhouse)
REGISTRATION FEE: $200.00
CLASS DATES: A new class begins every Monday
SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
DESCRIPTION: This is an advanced five-month farrier course that includes all the basic skills taught in our other course but includes learning how to handle and shoe Draft Horses. Tapping into the draft horse market can be rewarding but shoeing the draft horse as a working animal requires to learn different techniques.
• Shoeing the hoof
• Forge work
• Field work
• Hands-on experience with horses, draft horses and mules
Course Outline: This course allows you to work with different breeds and disciplines of horses including Draft Horses. Proper guidance and a little more knowledge can erase the intimidation in shoeing these gentle giants. Our course will give you hands-on experience with shoeing and handling Draft Horses including Draft Horse handling, putting them in a stock to shoe them and basic blacksmithing skills where you learn to make shoes from stock. This course will also cover dealing with unruly horses and “backing up the toe”.
Written test for advanced farrier certification for the Brotherhood of Working Farriers Association (BWFA) will be given at the request of the student upon completion of the course. After passing the tests, the student can apply for membership with the Brotherhood of Working Farriers for a fee of $85.00 and a picture.
Total number of hours in course: 800 Hours
Examination and theory: 14 hours
Lecture and forge work: 70 hours
Shoeing and field work: 716 hours
Twenty Week Course Cost: $19,625.00
Tools and Books: $925.00
Come Start Your New Career With Us!
Tucson School of Horseshoeing
2230 North Kimberly Road, Tucson, AZ 85749
Office: (520) 749-5212
Toll Free: 1 800-657-2779
Cell: (520) 500-7555
Fax: (520) 760-0886
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