There’s an old saying among equestrians: “No hoof, no horse.” As the shock-absorbing foundation for 1,000-pound animals, healthy hooves are critical to a horse’s mobility and soundness—and success in the saddle. Do you know how to determine if your horse’s hooves are tender or how to alleviate that pain? Test your hoof care knowledge to see how you score!
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From rocky terrain and hard-packed ground to long hauls and short trims, our equine friends are often in situations that can lead to hoof soreness. Magic Cushion Hoof Packing was developed by veterinarians and farriers as a natural anti-inflammatory and pain reliever for the equine athlete. It can be used on both shod and unshod horses.
Here are the three easy application steps:
- Clean the frog and sole
- Apply Magic Cushion to the frog and sole
- Seal Magic Cushion in with sawdust, shavings or wrapping (if the horse is barefoot)
Magic Cushion Hoof Packing provides relief from hoof soreness resulting from training, but also from conditions such as laminitis, white line disease, pedal osteitis, abscesses, navicular syndrome, bruising, corns, canker and any concussive trauma to the hoof tissues. There’s a reason it’s one of the top 5 products recommended by farriers to clients!
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