USHJA Announces American Association of Professional Farriers as an Educational Content Provider

July 11, 2012

Lexington, KY - The United States Hunter Jumper Association announces the American Association of Professional Farriers, Inc as its latest Educational Content Provider.

USHJA members will have access to AAPF newsletters, articles providing tips and advice on hoofcare, video on proper care techniques, and a resource to the best accredited farriers.

"This educational partnership will be a mutually beneficial relationship for the memberships of both organizations," said Scott Lampert APF, director of the AAPF. "USHJA members will have direct access to many of the premier hunter/jumper farriers in North America. Through our respective websites they'll have an ever enhancing resource for equine hoofcare."

Members will have access to the most current news and research for equine shoeing and proper hoofcare, along with the ability to contact the organization for farrier recommendations.

“A major focus of the AAPF is continuing education which dovetails with the USHJA mission statement. This new Educational Provider for USHJA will help us provide current and relevant information for our members.” Shelby French, CEO of USHJA said.

USHJA members can sign up for the AAPF newsletters and other materials under Resources on our website.

About AAPF: American Association of Professional Farriers was officially formed in January 2012 to provide information which would benefit all farriers and horse owners alike. The mission statement spells out the ideas and beliefs of the organization- The American Association of Professional Farriers will promote the integrity of the farrier industry by strengthening the knowledge and skills of its members through continuing education and support at the state, national and international levels while improving overall equine health through collaboration with other industry professionals. For more information about AAPF contact them at PO Box 43802 Louisville, KY 40253-0802, Phone: 859.533.1465, Fax: 859.577.1403,
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