During my early years as a horsewoman I came close to making a decision in the farrier I chose that could have left my trusted friend lame. My inexperience and lack of knowledge in that field led me to choose wisely an experienced and well known farrier who was versatile in his teaching and educated in the different methods required to keep sound the very foundation of these huge animals.
Thus my past led me to a well-rounded and educated farrier. Greg Martin has been shoeing since 1997 and “feels privileged to make his living working with wonderful animals”.
He attended Hill Country Horseshoeing School under Mike Chambers, apprenticed under Ken Huckabee for over two years, and in 2001 became certified by The American Farriers Association. He works with a wide variety of horses from trail riders to dressage and hunter-jumpers. He also participates in educational clinics and is a current member of The Texas Professional Farriers Association. Greg is a trusted friend that I have always been able to count on.
Matthew Moss began his life as a farrier in 2014 creating Middle Earth Horseshoeing. He worked and rode horses from the age of 11 and competed in dressage, show jumping and 3-day eventing for 10 years. He apprenticed under Ken Huckabee for a short time and Greg Martin for about five years. He’s a member of The American Farriers Association and The Texas Professional Farriers Association. He participates in educational clinics and is Certified by The American Farriers Association.