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


Veterinary Podiatry Day – Brindabella Equine

Veterinary Podiatry Day

27th of June 2017

Motion Equine Podiatry Consulting in collaboration with Brindabella Equine Mobile Veterinary Services will be providing a Veterinary Podiatry Day for the horses of Canberra and surrounds. The day will be held at Brindabella Equine’s veterinary facility in Murrumbateman, NSW on the 27th of June 2017

Dr Luke Wells-Smith is a veterinary podiatrist that has worked in the equine industry for the past 12 years. He works alongside farriers, veterinarians and other health care providers to diagnose and manage horses with foot related lameness issues. Luke provides a consulting service to most major horse areas along the east coast and is developing an online consultation portal.

Foot problems are a major cause of lameness in the horse. Types of foot related lameness conditions include; laminitis, caudal heel pain, osteoarthritis of the coffin and pastern joints (i.e. ringbone), seedy toe,  and mismatched foot conformation. Also, soft tissue injuries within the foot can be a cause of lameness such as the deep digital flexor tendon and the navicular suspensory apparatus.

Luke will assess each case, while Brindabella Equine will provide diagnostic support. In many cases of foot related lameness, x-rays allow us to look inside the foot. This can help the farrier and veterinarian see the pedal bone, navicular bone and short pastern bone. How these bones sit within the hoof capsule are important in terms of lameness diagnosis and ongoing management.

The diagnosis will determine the ongoing treatment and management plan. There are many different types of therapeutic shoes on the market which can utilised for the treatment of foot related cases.

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Interested horse owners should contact Brindabella Equine if they have a horse with a foot related lameness and want to attend the day. Farriers are also encouraged to attend where possible. The day is almost here so it is important to book in before all the appointments fill.

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