Look who’s excited about coming to Daylesford….

Not long to go now. Bookings close for The Functional Hoof Conference midnight on Friday October 31st. 

Book now so you don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to hear some of the world’s leading hoof care researchers and clinicians.

Here’s what some of those who have already booked to come, have to say about  the event:

 

Megan Matters:

“I will never miss an opportunity to hear the latest in hoof research from ‘the horses mouth’ as it were, plus four days of networking within the industry. Priceless!” – Megan Matters, former student Equine College of Podio-Therapy, and hoof care practitioner on the NSW mid north coast.

 

Dr Steve Roberts, vet:

Photo Jo Arblaster, Animal Focus

Photo Jo Arblaster, Animal Focus

“The first Functional Hoof Conference in 2011 provided a ground-breaking opportunity for veterinarians to access relevant, current information on hoof form & function. This critical aspect of horse performance & welfare is very poorly covered in our undergraduate training & we usually do not take it into consideration in evaluating lameness cases.

Whatever your veterinary perspective,  this conference will challenge your view of  equine hoof.”  – Dr Steve Roberts DVM.

 

Jen Clingly, Wild About Hooves:

“Ongoing education in hoof care is imperative if we are to stay on top of the latest research and offer horses optimum hoof care. Wild About Hooves wouldn’t miss this opportunity to get engrossed in all that is “HOOF” at The Functional Hoof Conference in Daylesford this year.
We hope to see aspiring and fellow hoof care professionals for the learning and networking opportunities.” ~ Jen Clingly, Wild about Hooves and co-found of the AustralianCertified Hoof Care Practitioners’ Course.