The structures in a horse’s feet are responsible for supporting the full weight of the horse. Routine foot care is therefore extremely important, as any problems in the feet can be extremely detrimental to mobility and health. Caring for a horse’s feet and hooves will safeguard its long-term soundness. It is not a seasonal thing but should be maintained all year round.
Weather conditions can cause damage to the hoof. During dry weather, or with frequent changes from wet to dry, horses are prone to having dry, brittle feet that easily develop hoof cracks. Prolonged trimming intervals can cause elongated toes, and the hoof wall often develops cracks due to the unsupported hoof wall. Unfortunately, some horses are born with poor hoof quality and are more susceptible to problems.
To make it easier for you to keep your horses hoof in great condition we are giving you 15% OFF ALL HOOF CARE PRODUCTS during the month of September!