March Mudness is Here

Must-Have Items to Help Equestrians Survive Mud Season It’s March! For many parts of the world, March brings mud, which can make horse keeping a messy challenge. Aside from the physical exhaustion of trudging in it deep mud can bow tendons, aggravate arthritis,...

How to Use: Equine Bandage

How to Use the Hoof Wraps Brand Equine Hoof Bandage If you want to learn the how’s and why’s of applying the equine hoof bandage, we have a step by step guide and a video for you!   Step by Step to Using the Equine Hoof Bandage Place the pad in the center...

The Best Ways to Apply Hoof Medications

How to apply hoof medication    Most horses, at some point in their lives, will need some sort of hoof medicine. Perhaps it is thrush or white line disease, or you need to dress an abscess.  Here are a few simple steps to making sure your horse’s hoof gets the meds it...

Frozen Ground & Your Horse’s Hooves–What to Watch For

In some parts of the county, the frozen ground is a welcome occurrence! Flies and annoying pests are gone, snow might be coming, and the earth gets time to rest.  BUT – your horse’s hooves might not appreciate it so much. Frozen ground is wickedly hard –...
As Seen on Elisa Wallace’s Vlog: How to Soak

As Seen on Elisa Wallace’s Vlog: How to Soak

How to Use the Hoof Wraps Brand Equine Soaker As Seen on Elisa Wallace’s Vlog: “How to Soak”   If you want to learn the how’s and why’s of soaking the horse’s hoof, we have a video for you! Our own Hoof Wraps Brand Equine...

The Hoof Wraps Soaker Sack – How and Why!

How to use the Hoof Wraps Soaker Sack It’s almost inevitable that at some point, your horse will need his hooves soaked or iced.  Common reasons for soaking a horse’s hoof include an abscess, white line treatment, or even icing for hoof bruises or...

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