Hoof Picks (17)

Whether your horse is in the stable, trotting through the forest or frolicking on the paddock – you can't avoid dirt and foreign objects getting into the... Learn more

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Kerbl Hoof Scraper with Brush, Hoof Scraper
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£1.79 *
Available variants
Imperial Riding Hoof Pick Scraper
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£7.63 *
Available variants
Kerbl Hoof Cleaner, Hoof Picks
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£0.89 *
Available variants
Waldhausen Farriery Set in Leather Case
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-15%
£91.51 * Originally: £107.65 *
Wahl Hoof Scraper
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-25%
£3.61 * Originally: £4.81 *
Waldhausen Grooming Box
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£26.88 *
Available variants
£2.41 *
Available variants

Simple, but smart in its effect: protection against infections

Horses' hooves deal with constant stress and challenges. So you should pay special attention to the hooves when it comes to the daily care of your horse. It's not uncommon for foreign bodies to be overlooked and lead to pain, pressure points or even infections.

After cleaning, you also have the opportunity to protect particularly sensitive or injured hooves with hoof boots.

Comprehensive hoof care with a horse hoof pick

A lot of horse hoof picks are designed as a combination product: in addition to the pick, they have a hoof brush which is also intended for cleaning the hooves. If you have a horse hoof cleaner with a brush, you're in a good place when it comes to thorough hoof care.

For holistic hoof care you can use suitable care products. Hoof oil gives a beautiful shine and contributes to the overall appearance and care of your four-legged friend.

Using a hoof pick correctly

The handling of a hoof pick is simple:

  • With a coarse brush – for example, on a hoof pick with a brush – you clean the entire hoof. Dried sludge or residues on the base of the hoof will crumble away.
  • With the curved tip of the hoof pick you can remove dirt from under the hoof.
  • Once you've scraped out the coarsest dirt, you should start being more careful.
  • Due to the leverage effect, you can remove most dirt and foreign objects with the horse hoof pick. If a stone or something similar has got stuck, you can use pliers to help.
  • After thorough scraping, it's useful to rinse the hoof with water to detect and remove minor dirt or foreign objects. In fact, it's not so rare for horses to get nails or other metal objects stuck.

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