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Friday, October 21, 2016

Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center Appoints Scott Lampert New Product Development Manager



Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center (DMHC) has announced that Minnesota farrier Scott Lampert has joined the company as Product Development Manager. 

Scott Lampert, Product 
Development Manager at Delta
Mustad Hoofcare Center
For nearly three decades, Scott Lampert has shod top-level hunters and jumpers, dressage horses, Arabians and cutting horses while consulting and lecturing internationally on a wide variety of equine lameness and performance issues. Scott's passion for innovation in the hoofcare industry led him to develop ONTRACKEQUINE™ software, the Proportional Hoof Balance™ shoeing protocol and a number of horseshoe designs.  

In his new role, he will be involved in the further development and improvement of the wide array of products available from DMHC. He will join the DMHC team at the company's headquarters in Forest Lake, Minnesota.

Remco van der Linden, head of Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center, said “We are very excited to have Scott join our team! His passion for the industry coupled with his knowledge and experience in the field have prepared him to fill an important role in our organization.”

Lampert commented. "I am excited and humbled to have this opportunity to be part of such an amazing team and the very bright future it plans to bring for our farrier industry."

This article is edited from information provided by Delta Mustad Hoofcare Center. Top photo courtesy of Jorbasa Fotografie.


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