Conferences, Clinics, and Events

September 9th and 10th, 2022 













ESP's Annual Equine Lameness and Podiatry Conference

This year’s conference will take place in beautiful Madison Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin’s Arlington Agriculture Research Center on September 9th and 10th, 2022.  Day one, Friday, will consist of lectures from some of the industry’s best. Day two will follow with morning lectures, then a day of demonstrations. A catered breakfast and lunch will be served each day. Also, on Friday night ESP will host a networking and social event. The weekend will also include the presentation of the Osphos Equine Health Award, presented to a professional within the veterinary or farriery field for their contributions, advancement, and time spent towards the betterment of equine health and treatment.

Lecture topics will include soft tissue injuries; biomechanics and locomotion; lameness; sport horse farriery and treatment; vet/farrier approaches; footing; shoeing protocols for injuries; working with radiographs; shoe modifications; anatomy; and much more.

ESP always strives to bring the best speakers within the industry and this year is no exception!!

  • Ronald Aalders: SIGRON Podiatry

  • Laura Anderson: DVM, CVSMT, CVA

  • Jason Critton: CJF, TE

  • Sigi Klose: DVM, SIGRON Podiatry

  • Carlo Montagno: The North Forge

  • More speakers to be added! 


For more information, or to register, please click the register button: 

June 11th, 2022
ESP Summer Conference Series- Pennsylvania

July 2022:

ESP Summer Conference Series

Details coming soon! 

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June 2022: 

ESP Summer Conference Series

Details coming soon!

We will also be adding a summer conference in Ocala, FL. Info to come soon 

Some of our Previous Conferences:
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ESP 1.0 First Annual Equine Soundness Professionals Podiatry Seminar

Equine Soundness Professionals’ first annual podiatry seminar held in Wellington, Florida left attendees eagerly anticipating the next event held by the budding organization. Lecturers Dr. Raul Bras of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky and Florida, farrier Pat Reilly of Penn Vet New Bolton Center at the University of Pennsylvania, and farrier Shane Westman of the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine presented the topics of laminitis, navicular disease, and white line disease to both farriers and veterinarians gathered in the elegant ballroom of The Wanderer’s Country Club. 


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