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14013 Georgia East Hwy 136
LaFayette, GA, 30728


At Georgia Horseshoeing School, we train farriers by providing knowledge and skill at the highest level. Using the latest technology, we provide farriers with the best education possible. Learn corrective horseshoeing, hoof repair, gait analysis, blacksmithing and business management for horseshoers.

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Visitors, Services & Articles

Trims & Shoeing Services: Click HERE To Make An Appointment.
Are you a horse owner in need of quality hoof care services?
Professional Farrier services at school discount prices!

TRIMS- $10 Per Horse
FULL SET OF SHOES- $30 Per Horse

Call for appointments or schedule one online by clicking HERE
Tuesday – Saturday every week.
Casey & Son Horseshoeing School (Valued Work Since 1989)

Interested In Farrier Science?

CLICK HERE To learn about our Farriers’ Research Center!

Visitors WELCOME!

Visitors are always welcome during regular class days. You are invited to see our facility and spend the day with the students and Instructors to help you make the decision to attend our school. Please call our office at least one day in advance to make arrangements.

Services for Horse Owners: A Happy Horse = Happy Owner!!!

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Professional Farrier Services
available here!

Does your Farrier offer all the latest technology to analyze your horse properly?

Bring your horse to our facility for a five-star treatment that can't be beat!

Casey & Son Horseshoeing School, in affiliation with Farriers National Research Center, offers YOU and your HORSE the BEST service available.
We specialize in standard trims and shoeing to the most advanced corrective procedures and lameness.

If out of our area, call us for a Farrier Referral near you!

Guided and supervised by Certified Master Farrier Instructors, we work towards the quality of the job, not the speed. Some owners get the misconception of “students” in training. We actually give the horse & HOOVES more careful attention than the owners do themselves. Each step is overseen by a Professional Farrier Instructor in an educational atmosphere. We are NOT in a hurry. We use all of our Educational Aids & Techniques with students to evaluate your horse. All horseshoeing schools offer services for the cost of materials, and you are very fortunate to have one of the only 10 family operated private horseshoeing schools within your area.

Horse owners are welcome to observe and learn more about your own horses and their needs. Drop in visits are welcome but a phone call in advance is better.

Services Include:

  • Free Hoof Evaluations & Owner consultations

  • Customized shoeing for every horse

  • Trim only to remain barefoot - all ages $10.00 per horse (+4 sealant optional)

  • Fronts only shod $10, trim hinds $5= $15.00 per horse (+4 sealant optional)

  • Fronts & hinds shod plain- $30.00 per horse (+4 sealant optional)

  • All breeds, all problems, all ages!

  • Hot & Cold Shoeing and Shaping

  • Shoeing for traction when riding and pulling wagons on slick surfaces

  • Clips, steel & aluminum shoes

  • Handmade shoes for founder & lameness issues

  • Shoeing for event riding, trail riding, barrels, rodeo, roping, reining, English, dressage, hunter/jumper, Quarter race, endurance & more!

  • Hoof bonding & crack repair, solving the long toe/low heel syndrome

  • Advice on diseases, thrush, white line disease, slow hoof growth, nutrition & supplements

  • Thermal Images printed out for you (before & after) $40.00-$50.00

  • Equine Flexion Therapy Sessions 30 min, 1-2 hours $30-$75-$200
    (As needed depends on severity) During a scheduled 3 day EFT Class we can schedule your ‘sore, in need” horse(s) “free” or charge. Drop by 8AM pick up is at 6PM. That is 6-8 hours of therapy! (All day value of $200.00 or more).

*Special shoes or extra materials as needed/requested - charges itemized. Pricing out will include trip and meal fees.

Services Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
We ask that you CALL and make an appointment to ensure that space is available. Drop-ins are welcome, if we have an opening.

  • We ask that you deliver your horse(s) in the morning and pick them up in the evening.

At your location?
If you have a need that requires one of the Instructors or FNRC staff farriers, arrangements can be made and priced accordingly to millage and your needs.
We can also refer you to a graduate Farrier to come to your location.

Additional Service Information:

If you have a need that requires one of the Instructors or FNRC staff farriers, arrangements can be made and priced accordingly.
We can also refer you to a graduate Farrier to come to your location.


Equine Flexion Therapy Services:

A process to determine soreness, lameness, tendon issues & other ailments-
We also provide EFT services and classes here. For Equine Flexion Therapy providers in your area, check our EFT Provider Directory. 

Check our Blog often to see upcoming clinics! Learn more about:

  • Dentistry

  • Nutrition

  • Flexion Exercises

  • Massage

  • Chiropractic Adjustments

  • Event Shoeing

  • Lameness Issues

  • Proper Saddle Fit and MORE!

We ask you the following Questions for the 'safety' of our students.
We can refuse horses that are sick, unruly, kick, bite, untrained and are dangerous to be under. 

We will ask you the following on the phone:

  • Breed

  • Age

  • Gentle

  • Unruly

  • Never Handled

  • Owned How Long

  • Is New/ Don't Know/ From an Auction/ Pastured/ Ride A Lot

  • Past Farrier Services (If Any)-
    When? In weeks or months.
    Is barefoot now.
    Has never been shod.
    All or same shoes are still on.

  • Yes: I can pick up my horses hooves; fronts and hinds.

  • No: I cannot

  • Never tried, Don't know how, Etc.

  • Did the last Farrier have a hard time shoeing it?

Being "Under A Horse" as a farrier is NOT natural for any Horse-
It must be taught, trained regularly like grooming, feeding and riding.
A gentle horse you can feed treats to or a child can sit on is NOT ALWAYS a good standing horse for a farrier. A Farriers work depends a lot on your horses' Ground Manners. You and the Farrier can train your horse to pick up his hooves SAFELY. 

Please call out a veterinarian for annual vaccinations & coggins report. Do NOT bring us a sick horse (snotty nose, runny eyes, coughing). Skinny & undernourished is ok if not sick.