Wendy Murdoch, creator of SURE FOOT and Alex Hamilton, Wendy's personal assistant share comments from Fans of SURE FOOT, which illustrate the wide range of ways one can use SURE FOOT Pads and help horses with a variety of issues.
Dr. Peters is co-author of Evidence-Based Horsemanship and is interested in helping horse owners understand how best to work with their horses for optimum learning.
Daisy Bicking walks us through her process of sole mapping to map out where the internal structure of the hoof are located from the bottom of the hoof.
Susie Buck is the horse manager for Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center on Martha's Vineyard, MA. She talks about how they use SURE FOOT among other techniques to keep their school horses who are used for therapeutic and recreational riding, comfortable and happy.
Wendy Murdoch, creator of the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program and SURE FOOT Equine Balance Pads talk about two horses Leslie has introduced to SURE FOOT.
Robert Bowker, DVM, PhD and Hoof Guru continues his discussion of the effects of a long toe low heel trim on structures of the horse's hoof.
Tami is an equine bodyworker. Helping horses and horse owners is her passion. She uses different modalities such as Craniosacral Therapy through Upledger Institute, myofascial release therapy, Masterson method certified practitioner and I am currently a student of equine osteopathy at the Vluggen institute. Over the years, she has used my knowledge and observational skills acquired through art school and her practice of different modalities to developed an intricate system of assessment using asymmetry and fascial lines. Building on an understanding of anatomy to get a clear picture of the horse’s physical state in all its layers. Tami is a passionate student of equine anatomy and health and is equally passionate about sharing knowledge and educating people so they can help their horse.
Gracie Herring is an equine infrared imaging consultant with Vet-IR, horse lover and photographer. She shares with us the history of thermography, it's uses and applications and its importance as a tool in veterinarian diagnosis for a wide range of issues concerning performance horses.
Born in England, Octavia emigrated to the USA in 1964. She earned her Master of Education degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1971 and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters in 2008 by Centenary University. A founder of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (now PATH International) in 1969, she served four terms on the board of directors. She is a PATH Master Instructor and has chaired numerous committees for PATH, including Standards & Education and Certification. Now retired, she directed Therapeutic Riding At Centenary for 23 years as both a PATH Accredited program and training site for TR instructors. She is past president of the Federation Riding for the Disabled International, having served six years on the board of trustees. She has lectured in many countries at conferences and seminars.