Horses needing to have their hoofs shod or trimmed are needed by the Casper College Agriculture Department for its spring horseshoeing class.

The class, which begins Monday, March 26 will run for two weeks from 6 to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, according to Tom Parker, agriculture instructor.

The class will need three to four horses to shoe or trim each night beginning March 27, according to Parker.

Parker noted that owners would be charged only for the materials used on each horse.

“It's good timing for those wanting to get their horses shod or trimmed up for the spring,”

Anyone interested in signing up for “Horseshoeing” (AGTK 1570), or in providing horses for the class should call Parker at 268-2262.