Haydn has over the last 35 years developed a farriery business specialising in the shoeing of performance horses. He has a particular interest in both lameness and poor performance related cases and regularly received referral cases from associated specialists. He has helped to develop the essential requirements in farriery support to the World Class Programme across all disciplines.
More recently he has been involved in a number of research projects focusing on more “evidence based” farriery procedures enabling a greater understanding on the effects that shoeing protocols can have on maintaining soundness and locomotion.
He is a regular contributor to educational journals and professional publications and lectures on specialist subjects in farriery both here in the U.K. and internationally.