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Hi, I'm Piper and I have "owned" the same two horses I have since I was a wee tiny, :smile: I mainly joined this forum too learn more about my two and just more in general about horses and how to read new and different horses. As I progress into my schooling, I want to be some sort of equine specialist, and later down the road, create my own rehabilitation center for the abused, abandoned and forgotten souls who are being auctioned off and don't have a good chance on being saved from slaughter.
I'm excited to talk to you guys and learn! Thanks.
 

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Hi welcome to the forum

There is a whole array of people here with collective vast knowledge in horses and/or experiences. Plenty to gather here. Besides, most of us are pretty nice, don't mind answering questions, like sharing, and it's fun.
 
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If I was looking for a specialist career in horses that would particularly benefit abused and neglected horses, I would be looking at the rapidly growing body of knowledge around rehabilitative barefoot hoof care. There are people in this relatively new field that own rehabilitation centers, give instruction, restore soundness to horribly neglected horses and initiate amazing new protocols for this kind of treatment with a growing assortment of high tech approaches. Many areas of the country are completely void of these skilled professionals, so the way I see it, the field is wide open for truly passionate people. After being an owner trimmer for a number of years, I am currently drawn to a professional by the name of Daisy Alexis Bicking because of her pioneering in the field of rehabilitative hoof care that embraces composite shoes and many supporting materials. She is an educator and runs her own rehab center, Daisy Haven Farm.
 

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WELCOME to the Forum!!


A wonderful thing you are considering doing with your life...
Make sure what ever you do professionally can afford you to give so much of you financially for the better of horses existence if you get into rescue or rehabbing those in need at your expense.
I have no idea of what to suggest, but members here have good ideas they will share to get you started on your journey.
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