THRUSH is the number one hoof issue which is sometimes ignored.

    Thrush invades the frog on the horses hoof and is noticeable along the collateral grooves and central sulcus of the hoof.  Thrush is not always foul smelling or black in appearance.  

    The Horse uses the frog as the first point of loading the hoof - any tenderness in this area can lead to the horse changing its gait and compensating by incorrect loading of the hoof structures - cue more horse problems. 

    Keep on top of these hoof problems by implementing a hoof care regime based on natural, cosmetic grade ingredients that are gentle on hoof tissues, but effective in warding off those "Smelly Cracks"