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  • Veteran Education

    Veteran Education

    Proudly Educating For More Than 20 Years

    The Kentucky Horseshoeing School has been proudly educating Veterans of the United States Military for more than 20 years. During this time, KHS has discovered that Veterans are some of our most successful students. The dedication to task and perseverance shown in these students is unparalleled. With new funding options available to eligible veterans, a career in horseshoeing could be the right option for you.

    When investigating career options for your future out of the military, have you ever asked yourself these questions?

    • What career options are not dependent on my location?
    • How can I make a good living for my family in a down economy?
    • What careers are available to someone who wants independence and autonomy?
    • Which small business opportunities are recession-proof?

    If you find yourself asking these questions then perhaps a career as a professional farrier is right for you. Ask anyone who owns a horse – skilled, reliable, professional horseshoers are hard to come by. This means there are significant opportunities for you to make a good living creating “firm foundations” for horses and riders.

    You can contact us at 859-575-4063 to find out if a career in horseshoeing is for you. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.