Manufacturer: Fiebings (View all products by Fiebing's)
Model: Hoof Dressing (View all Hoof Dressing reviews)
Category: Dressage Saddles
Purchase: I paid around $15 (Canadian) for it from Greenhawk. This is slightly cheaper than many other hoof dressings out there.
Likes: Its pretty good on the hooves, my mare use to have a small crack, no more cracks eversince (hopefully its cause of the hoof dressing!)
Dislikes: Sometimes I found it REALLY hard to open. There are times when I couldnt even open it, and I had to get someone to use a clamp to open it for me. So I just learnt to put the cap on loosely. I also didn't really like how it was extremely liquid-ish. Sometimes if i put just a bit more, it would run down the hoof and onto the floor. (So you'd see hoof-prints of hoof dressing on the floor!)
Quality: The can is easily dented, but thats not really a problem. Mine also came with a brush, which was good.
Summary: Its a good product, despite the small things :)
Usefulness Rating: 2.5 out of 5.
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