Online Shop

Motion EPC is proud to announce the release of our online shop. Bringing high quality, innovative products from around the globe. Our products are selected for the management of the equine athlete in the Australian horse industry. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure the best support and knowledge when it comes to caring for your horse.


We are excited about becoming the first distributor of FormaHoof™ products here in Australia. FormaHoof™ is an innovative podiatry system for the treatment and management of many equine foot problems. From thin soles, seedy toe, club feet and laminitis – FormaHoof™ can be a very beneficial in the rehabilitation of these cases.

Check out the FormaHoof™ product range on our online shop. The products are sold individually or as a kit, depending on the types of horses you see in your practice. Farriers, veterinarians, horse owners and managers have shown interest in purchasing the system.

There are two different types of mould variations – Barefoot or Performance. These are available in sizes 3-7 and in front and hind patterns. These moulds can be sold individually or as part of a kit.

FormaHoof - Foals


Successful Podiatry Weekend North Queensland Equine Clinic

Dr Luke Wells-Smith from Motion Equine Podiatry Consulting travelled to the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland this weekend to work with the North Queensland Equine Clinic and the Tableland Veterinary Service on foot related lameness cases. There was a great group of farriers, veterinarians, support staff, veterinary students from James Cook University and horse owners, all working together to provide solutions for horses with foot issues. Cases ranged from club feet, sheared heels, caudal heel pain, re-occurring abscesses and of course laminitis.

For each case the history was discussed with the owner, veterinarian and farrier. Then the horse was evaluated standing, and at the walk and trot to assess the overall conformation of the horse and the degree of lameness. X-rays were used to determine if there was any pathology within the hoof capsule and to determine the biomechanics of the internal workings of the foot. From there Dr Luke and the farrier and veterinarian in charge of the case made a treatment plan. The treatment plan would consist of the use of therapeutic shoe or boots to manage the underlying condition, along with recommendations for confinement and exercise, nutrition and any medications required. Each case had a tailored approach to best improve the outcome of the case.

This is the second podiatry workshop Motion Equine Podiatry Consulting has completed with the North Queensland Equine Clinic and given the interest and success of this recent trip, there will be likely more in the future!


Please visit North Queensland Equine Clinic’s Facebook page or our Motion EPC Facebook page for more details!


If yourself or your veterinary clinic are interested in hosting Motion Equine Podiatry Consulting for a podiatry workshop, please contact Luke.

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