Farrier School Founder Keeps 16- Year Streak As AN Official Farrier For Rolex Kentucky Event 2012 For the 16th year in a row, Paul Dorris, Jr. owner and instructor at the Arkansas Horseshoeing School, is selected as an official farrier for the Rolex Kentucky Event 2012. Dardanelle, AR (I- Newswire) April 25, 2012 - Paul Dorris, Jr., co- founder and instructor at the Arkansas Horseshoeing School, has once again been picked as an official farrier for the annual Rolex Kentucky Event - for the 16th year. The ultimate test of horse and rider that tests the resolve of their timeless partnership to trot, gallop and soar past anything that stands in their way, the 2012 Rolex Kentucky Three- Day Event is slated on April 26th to 29th at the Kentucky Horse Park. The event is presented by Bridgestone. Mr. Dorris is thrilled about the recent announcement: "I feel privileged to be selected again for the Rolex Kentucky Event. It is definitely one of the highlights of my year." Aside from becoming an official Rolex Kentucky Event farrier for the 16th consecutive year, Mr. Dorris was also selected as an official farrier for the Ariat Kentucky Reining Cup on April 27th and 28th, also held at the Kentucky Horse Park. He was also an official farrier for the Eventing Division of The World Equestrian Games in October 2010, where top equine champions from over 50 countries gather every four years to compete. The 2010 WEG was the first time the United States was chosen to host the prestigious event, which was attended by over 500,000 enthusiasts and covered by NBC Sports. Paul Dorris, Jr. co- founded the Arkansas Horseshoeing School with his father, Paul Dorris. The school offers farrier courses, and lauding over 75 years of experience of the father- and- son farriers. With the farrier craft running in his blood, the younger Mr. Dorris spent years thinking about education in a farrier school and what it takes for a person to become a top farrier. Detailing its course offerings at ArkansasHorseshoeingSchool.com, the institution has 8- week, 12- week, 16- week and 24- week courses for prospective farriers. The final factor in the decision to open the Arkansas Horseshoeing School was the lack of farrier schools in the home state of Arkansas. Now the school teaches students what's necessary to acquire mastery of the skills and art of horseshoeing, as well as a desire to uphold the highest standards of the profession. Initially many of the Arkansas Horseshoeing School students came from neighboring states such as Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky. Because of the reputation of the school and faculty, they now have students from around the U.S. and even inquiries from Europe. To learn more about Paul Dorris, Jr., and his Arkansas Horseshoeing School visit http:// arkansashorseshoeingschool.com for more information.
Additional Resources About Arkansas Horseshoeing School: The Arkansas Horseshoeing School provides 8, 12, 16 and 24 week farrier courses. Company Contact Information: Arkansas Horseshoeing School Paul Dorris, Jr. 22285 State Highway 154, Dardanelle, AR 72834 Phone: 479-858-1011 Published in: Events / Trade Shows Tags: Farrier courses how to become a farrier horseshoeing schools horseshoeing school Published on: April 25, 2012 Original Source: Farrier School Founder Keeps 16- Year Streak As AN Official Farrier For Rolex Kentucky Event 2012
Published on Apr 25, 2012
Mr. Dorris is thrilled about the recent announcement: "I feel privileged to be selected again for the Rolex Kentucky Event. It is definitely...