The vast majority of Bryans work now involves working with horses with problems such as Laminitis, Navicular and Metabolic issues. He also regularly helps horses transition from being shod to Barehoof.
- A good trim is about what to leave on rather than just what to remove, leaving the hoof balanced, healthy and free from disease.
- If you already have a barehoof horse or are looking to go barehoof, Bryan can offer you all the advice and help you need.
- From working with horses on a daily basis for the last ten years, Bryan has developed a distinct approach when handling them.
- A calm and patient manner leads to a better understanding between horse and handler.
- Bryan believes that each horse is an individual and as such needs an individual trim.
- Bryan practices a non-invasive trim that is based on the needs of the horse. Working to deal with the causes of any issues or problems, rather than just the symptoms.
Qualified and Insured
- Trained under Dan Guerrera at the School of Barehoof Strategy
- Since qualifying as a Barehoof Specialist, Bryan has taken a diploma in Equine Psychology as well as undertaking courses in Equine nutrition, Equine Metabolic Syndrome, PPID, IR and Laminitis.
- Bryan can work together with you as a horse owner giving advice on how to move forward to provide your horse with the best environment for going barehoof.
- A correct trim will help you and your horse to get there, but going barehoof is much more than just removing the metal shoes!
- Bryan can offer advice on nutrition, environment and all aspects of living with a barehoof horse.
When working with horses, Bryan asks rather than tells. A full understanding of the nature of the horse allows this to be effective.