The Business of Booting webinar presented by Christina Krueger.

When: April 4th at 5:30 PM Pacific time.
This webinar runs 2 hours with questions to follow.
A webinar designed for Professional Hoof Care Practitioners and students training to work in this field
As a Hoof Care Practitioner it is part of your job to select and fit the hoof boots that will work best for your clients and their horses. This is critical to the success of your business in more than one way. The additional income provided by the sale of boots should not be overlooked!
Some Topics Covered:
– gaining confidence
– working with owners
– successful use of hoof boots
– changing your attitude towards hoof boots
– profits
– inventory, what should I stock?
– tricks of the trade
– a detailed handout will be provided
If you are working in hoof care as a career (or plan to) but are struggling with being a salesmen, consider taking this webinar to boost your business and add to your bottom line.


Christina is a Hoof Care Professional, PHCP member and EasyCare dealer living and working in Vermont.

$50 for PHCP members. $60 for non PHCP practitioners.
* VERY IMPORTANT * – Please be sure to include your regular email address and your full name in the “special instruction box”on PayPal. Without the correct email we will not be able to send you instructions and an invite to the webinar.

Business of Booting Webinar



Note – Plan to sign on to the webinar 15 minutes before it starts, to make sure everything is working for you. The webinar host will be on and available 30 minutes before the start time. Webinars will start promptly at the scheduled time so technical issues must be resolved before that. Money will not be refunded if you are not able to make the webinar due to scheduling conflicts. If you have an unresolvable technical issue credit for a future webinar may be considered.  Webinars are not recorded and shared. The information contained in them is owned by the clinician presenting.
Webinar host, Susan Rexin.
For payment issues, Marie Daniels.
This webinar is approved for 3 PHCP Educational or Continuing Education credits