I'm a life long farrier but found myself dissatisfied with the results I saw on lameness cases. This spurred me to try and find new ways to help horses. I'm passionate about young farriers, thus the slogan "Helping People, Helping Horses."
Taylor Hiatt Memphis, TN
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING EDUCATION COORDINATOR FARRIER
In Memphis, TN, born and raised... I spent my early days in the barn. Quickly this developed from a so called "phase" to a career. I now help direct the vision for CRS by coordinating clinic's, communicating with clients, and developing the education program. Did I mention I'm a farrier too??
Andrew Galloway Albuquerque, NM
I'm an Albuquerque, NM, native who has a passion for lameness cases. I feel encouraged to wake up everyday and expand my knowledge/skills as a farrier. I have a heart for travel, which is fed by serving a clientele across many state borders.
Charles Fairbairn Kansas City, MO
FARRIER US ARMY COMBAT VETERAN
With a lifelong passion for horses I have been around them almost all my life. I enjoy training and riding but my passion is shoeing performance horses and rehabilitation of feet others have walked away from.
Morgan Cone Wilson, NC
FARRIER JPFS Team Member
I started out as a trainer in North Carolina, but I’ve always loved helping and caring for equine. With therapeutic farriery becoming my passion, CRS Horseshoes have been an essential tool we can utilize.
Megan Whitaker Winston-Salem, NC
I began riding horses at 5 years old after I found my mother’s old show trophies. I competed growing up, and continued in college. While in college I was dissatisfied with the hoof care my horse was receiving and began learning to trim him myself. I fell in love with hoof care and began taking on clients after graduating. Several lameness and White Line Disease cases prompted me to learn to shoe as well to help more horses. I am driven by constantly learning and listening to the horse.