Horseshoeing school farrier, Paul Dorris, Jr. selected as an Official Farrier for 2011 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event for the 15th consecutive year.
Online PR News – 22-March-2011 – – Horseshoeing school farrier, Paul Dorris, Jr. was selected for the 15th consecutive year as an Official Farrier for the 2011 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Apr 28 - May1, 2011. According to Paul Jr., he feels privileged to be selected again and it's one of the highlights of his year. Unfortunately, due to un-planned events he will be not be able to participate this year. Paul Jr. has a long list of accomplishments. In early October 2010 he was an Official Farrier for the Eventing Division of The World Equestrian Games, where top equine champions from over 50 countries gather every four years to compete. The 2010 WEG was the first time the U.S. was chosen to host this prestigious event. Over 500,000 attended and it was covered by NBC Sports.
Paul Dorris Jr. founded the “Arkansas Horseshoeing School” offering farrier courses. Both he and his father are instructors; together they have 75+ years as journeyman farriers.