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Links

Barefoot

www.norskhovtrimmerskole.no
Are you interested in becoming a hoof trimmer? Or do you want to learn more so you can trim your own horses? The Norwegian Hoof School offers education and seminars.

http://www.hovvardsforbundet.org/
This is the site of the Scandinavian SHP-society. Lots of information on hoof care, natural living, stories etcetera. Here you can also find information on Basic and Trimming seminars in Scandinavia. Swedish language.

http://www.thehorseshoof.com/
News from all corners of the barefoot world, helpful information, and store with books, boots, trimming tools etc. Publisher of the worldwide barefoot magazine The Horses Hoof.

http://www.healthehoof.com/
Site of the Fischer Equine Lameness Foundation. Information, case studies etc. Good article on how to find a barefoot trimmer - and what red flags to look out for when you have found one.

http://www.thenakedhoof.com.au/
Australian barefoot site with a whole range of excellent articles on all aspects of barefoot hoof- and horse care.

http://www.hasthjalpen.se/
Site of Ann and Minou Green. Barefoot hoofcare, rehabilitation, training and saddles. Swedish language.

Natural living

http://www.stallroed.no
Stall Røed offers natural living conditions for horses. Barefoot horses very welcome. Norwegian language.

http://www.handnesgarden.no/
Site of the farm Handnesgården in Norway. Barefoot horses, ecological farming, ancient breeds, barefoot seminars etc. Norwegian language.

Riding and training

http://www.classicalriding.co.uk/
The Classical Riding Club was founded by Sylvia Loch. Dressage in total harmony with your horse. Excellent articles, where to find help etc.

http://www.hauteecole.ru/
Site of Alexander Nevzorov. Horse training without force. Questions many practices seen as 'normal' in the horse world today.

 

 

 

 


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