Central Wyoming


School LLC



About Us

We are a comprehensive farrier school. Students will learn how to trim and shoe sound horses in our basic course, and in the advanced course they will learn every aspect of keeping horses sound and applications of corrective shoeing.

Both courses will offer students the opportunity to learn the art of hand making shoes and tools.

For the community, we are a full farrier service offering both trims and shoes to keep their horses sound and healthy.


Basic Course

Working on sound horses to keep them sound

Professional Course

Using therapeutic and advanced farrier techniques to make horses sound and serviceable


Tuition Fees:

Basic course 3 weeks (105 hours) Tuition $1650.00


Professional course 9 weeks (315 hours) Tuition $4950.00

Backcountry emergencies 1 week (35 hours) Tuition $550.00

Basic forging course 1 week (35 hours) Tuition $550.00

Deposit of $200.00 is requested upon enrollment, balance due on the first day of class.

We accept major credit cards, VENMO, PayPal, as well as cash, EFT, cashier's check or money order. Please, no personal checks.

We will also accept V.A. and State Vocational Rehabilitation programs.

Mission Statement

At Central Wyoming Horseshoeing School LLC we value integrity, honesty, and a strong work ethic. We strive to provide excellent education through time tested traditional methods with hands-on practical learning. Central Wyoming Horseshoeing School LLC ensures all students are given the knowledge to succeed while promoting teamwork with peers and colleagues to build a stronger farrier community.

Attendance/Discipline/Conduct Policy


Three tardies will constitute one day of absence. All missed work must be made up by the student on his own time. All absences equaling over 10% of course length can be cause for dismissal.


You will be expected to conduct yourselves in a respectful manner at all times. Abusive behavior towards animals will be grounds for immediate termination. Excessive abuse of school rules, including insubordination, use of alcohol or drugs, or serious misconduct, will be cause for termination of enrollment.

Advertising Policy

I understand that Central Wyoming Horseshoeing School LLC is licensed with the Wyoming Department of Education in accordance with W.S. 21-2-401 through 21-2-407 and that neither the Department of Education nor the Wyoming State Board of Education accredits or endorses any course of study being offered by Central Wyoming Horseshoeing School LLC.

Enrollment Contract

In order to attend CWHS LLC you must be physically able to perform the necessary tasks in order to trim and shoe a horse.

You must be at least 16 years of age. Under 18 must have parental approval.

You will be graded on written exams and practical skills. You must achieve an overall grade of at least 80% in order to graduate. You will have the option to retake any failed exam or practical skills test, and/or to have exams presented orally.

You Will be asked to put forth your best effort, and to uphold a mature attitude at all times. You will also be required to have a genuine desire to learn this valuable trade.

We uphold a very high standard, and expect you to provide excellent work and work ethic. We will gladly take the necessary time and effort to help you meet this standard.

Refund Policy

The date of termination used for refund purposes will be the last date attended by the student. We request notice of your withdrawal to be given in writing.

If your application is rejected , you will be refunded all tuition and enrollment fees paid.

If you wish to cancel your enrollment within five days of enrollment you will be entitled to a full refund of all tuition and enrollment fees paid. If you cancel your enrollment after five days you will be entitled to a refund minus 10% of money paid not to exceed $150.00.

If you have completed 50% of the course you will not be entitled to a refund.

In the case of illness, accident, death in the immediate family, or other circumstances which make it impractical for you to complete the program, we will make a fair and reasonable settlement.

Refunds will be made within 30 days of cancellation or termination.

If your course is canceled, you will be refunded all tuition and deposit fees.

Books and tools received by the student are non-refundable.

Basic Shoeing and Trimming Advanced Farriery

Price list is as follows:

Hosted at school:

1 trim $30

1 half set $55

1 full set $75

Draft Trim $55

Corrective Shoes $90

Hosted outside of school:

1 trim $35

1 half set $65

1 full set $85

Draft Trim $60

Corrective Shoes $90


Pads: $7

Draft pads $10

Clips $10

Crack Repair $10

Packing $10

Contact Us

Darren Greer (307) 251-9040

Kay Greer (307) 251-7626


Central Wyoming Horseshoeing School LLC

2686 Seven Mile Rd.

Casper, WY 82604


My name is Darren Greer, I've been trimming and shoeing horses in the Casper, Wyoming area for about 8 years.

I am a Navy veteran, serving on board the USS Midway during Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield. I have 5 grandchildren that take up most of my free time with volunteering for 4H events, school, and Cub Scouts. I am a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church and am the Casper chapter commander of the Disabled American Veterans.

I've been married to Kay for 16 years, and would not trade it for anything.

I graduated the Professional Horseshoeing Course at Oklahoma Horseshoeing School, and I have an Associates of Applied Science in Manufacturing Technology and an Associates of Applied Science in Animal Science as well as a Certificate in Equine Assisted Therapy.

My true passion is teaching and spreading knowledge that would otherwise be lost. I have assisted teaching at Casper College, and I teach troubled teens at the Triangle Cross Ranch in Cody, Wyoming.

I have been blessed with the best client base I could have ever hoped for. I am thankful for all of the blessings over the course of my life, and look forward to continued blessings from here out.