Liz Eaton FBHS and remedial farrier Richard Chard, discuss how foot conformation and condition can compromise your horse’s movement.
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LIZ EATON FBHS
Liz has over 35 years’ experience in training riders from grass roots to international competition, in all three disciplines.
She has an innovative approach based on biomechanics and psychology of both horse and rider, which enables her to create positive and lasting changes to their partnership and performance.
In 2023 Liz became the 90th Fellow of The British Horse Society since its inception in 1949, she is now one of only 60 BHS Fellows world-wide.
RICHARD CHARD AWCF
Richard started his farriery apprenticeship when he was 16 years old. Qualifying for the Dip WCF in 1985 he gained his Associateship in 1988. In 2013 he attained the CNBF from the Equine Lameness Prevention Organisation. The passion for life long learning took him all over the country attending courses, seminars and lectures.
His practice has a broad and diverse client base. Concentrating on helping horses with complex and often long standing hoof pathology he works alongside the local veterinary practices in helping their clients resolve hoof problems and manage lameness issues.