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Welcome to the Hoof Geek Academy. 

The Home of 'Oh! Now I Get It!' Hoof Care

I'm on a mission to cut through the confusion surrounding hoof care. Let's simplify things but without dumbing down. We're all in this together so come and join us...

There are 2 ways to join:


You can join at any time to get access to the free resources.

  • The 5 Hoof Infection Remedies I use (and the 1 to avoid)
  • How to Take a digital pulse
  • How to fit therapeutic pads
  • Ebooks
  • and more...


There are a range of different courses in the Academy. Hoof Health Laid Bare and The Healthy Horse courses are for sale at any time.

The Laminitis Warning Signs course has set enrollment periods as we go through the course together as a group with weekly discussions. If you'd like to do this course, make sure you're signed up, and you'll  be the first to know when it's available.


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Hoof Health Laid Bare

Drowning in information yet still thirsting for knowledge...

Having a good foundation of knowledge to build on can be invaluable.

Information is just data. Information with understanding is knowledge.

The Hoof Health Laid Bare course takes the big puzzle that is whole horse hoof health and presents one small piece of that puzzle at a time. Once you understand each puzzle piece you will be able to put the jigsaw together to see the whole picture with far greater clarity and new insight.

Available Now!

The Healthy Horse:
Feeding and Nutrition

We Are What We Eat

It's easy to see why diet is so important. The body is always regenerating, it needs good nutrition to be able to build healthy cells. Nutrition is such a confusing subject though!

There's so much advice, and so many different choices, how are you ever supposed to figure out what's right for your horse?

Next Enrollment: March '22

Laminitis Warning Signs

Laminitis can affect any horse...

Does your horse suffer with Foot Soreness, Persistent Hoof Infection, Wall Cracks, Flare, or Underrun heels?

These problems can be signs of low grade laminitis. Inflammation (laminitis) in the hoof can cause deformity and soundness issues. Trying to fix the hoof without identifying and addressing the inflammation feels like pushing mud uphill.

Do you know what to look for? We discuss 35 different early warning signs that inflammation is affecting the hoof, explaining anatomy and function, what laminitis is, how it affects the horse and hooves and practical things you can do to address the problem without losing your mind!


Hi I’m Debs

I work with people who want wildly effective hoof care, without the usual stress and complication.

I show them how to enjoy having awesomely healthy horses while making them feel confident and in control.