Horse lovers won’t want to miss this month’s PETtalks lecture, happening on Thursday, February 9 at 6 p.m. Spend the evening with local expert Lorri Rasmussen, a farrier for barefoot horses, as she discusses the examples of proper equine movement set forth by wild mustangs.
Learn how our domestic horses can live a more natural lifestyle. starting in our own backyard. The event will be held in the WHS Education Hall and there is a $5 suggested donation.
About Our Speaker
Lorri Rasmussen, sole proprietor of Hoofwise, LLC since 2010, is a farrier for barefoot horses pursuing a barefoot lifestyle. Her approach in trimming equine hooves is modeled after the Jaime Jackson’s Wild Mustang Model, developed in the early 1980’s following research concerning the wild mustangs of the Great Basin in the Western U.S.
She has completed both a B.S. and M.S. in the field of environmental science. Lorri has received a Certificate of Completion in Natural Equine Hoof Trimming and Care from a certified professional of the American Association for Natural Hoof Care Practitioners
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