LOGAN TWP. — The Bruce Daniels Memorial Farrier Clinic hosted by Pennsylvania Professional Farriers Association  is set to honor an icon of American horseshoeing.  

A member of the first International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame class, Bruce Daniels passed away Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014. The certified journeyman farrier from Mullica Hill was an industry leader who served as AFA president, secretary, board member and as a member of the American Farriers Team.

Bruce lived for many years in Mullica Hill, where 100 acres of his property has been made into a conservation preserve by the township. This preserve along Harrisonville-Ferrel Road in South Harrison was known locally for many years as Daniels’ Woods. It is one of the few large wooded tracts remaining in South Harrison. In 1992, Daniels was among 17 farriers honored in a Hall of Fame display at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs.

The clinic will be at DREAM Park, 400 Route 130, on Saturday, April 4 starting at 9 a.m. A banquet and auction will be held from 5 to 7 p.m.

For more information visit www.dreamparknj.com.