Equine Hoof Anatomy is owned & run by farrier & bare foot trimmer: Mark Johnson Dip WCF. Firstly, these clinics are mainly about anatomy & its function so not much can happen without horse legs. Often people have said to me, "oh I'm not sure how I would feel about seeing a dead horses leg"? All I can say is you don't have to sit too close if you really don't want to. You could even sit outside in your car, or in the pub across the road. But in truth my experience is that the subject becomes increasingly more fascinating as the day goes on & most people become more & more involved. Glad to be taking advantage of the opportunity these clinics provide. The clinics are informal & are not over subscribed with an attendance being limited to no more than 12 participants. I want people to gain the maximum benefit from the experience. By being able to clearly see the subject & to be able to ask as much as they wish. Again, there is no one who will make you touch, but so many of us get a far greater perspective & understanding by handling the different structures under guidance. Clinics are held at the village of Whitfield in Northamptonshire, just off the A43 near Silverstone (See Map) Individual clinic details will be posted separately, including cost, booking & other advice as necessary (See Clinics)
About the Clinics
Clinic Aims. The aim is to empower ANYONE involved with, or interested in horses, with a greater knowledge & understanding into the biomechanics, function & development of the equine  hoof & its relationship with the rest of the body.
Why the Clinics? For many years now I have been involved in dissecting horses limbs. As a practising farrier I can't begin to describe the value this has given to me on so many levels. Read More.......
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Equine Hoof Anatomy is owned & run by farrier & bare foot trimmer: Mark Johnson Dip WCF. Firstly, these clinics are mainly about anatomy & its function so not much can happen without horse legs. Often people have said to me, "oh I'm not sure how I would feel about seeing a dead horses leg"? All I can say is you don't have to sit too close if you really don't want to. You could even sit outside in your car, or in the pub across the road. But in truth my experience is that the subject becomes increasingly more fascinating as the day goes on & most people become more & more involved. Glad to be taking advantage of the opportunity these clinics provide. The clinics are informal & are not over subscribed with an attendance being limited to no more than 12 participants. I want people to gain the maximum benefit from the experience. By being able to clearly see the subject & to be able to ask as much as they wish. Again, there is no one who will make you touch, but so many of us get a far greater perspective & understanding by handling the different structures under guidance. Clinics are held at the village of Whitfield in Northamptonshire, just off the A43 near Silverstone (See Map) Individual clinic details will be posted separately, including cost, booking & other advice as necessary (See Clinics)
About the Clinics
Book a Clinic