AQHA/Appendix mare

Julie S.

I read the testimonials on you website. I am lucky enough to NOT have any hoof problems such as those. However, my beautiful AQHA/Appendix mare (pictured) was having repeated and constant problems with hoof abscesses. It broke my heart to watch her in such pain every time she got one. I finally asked my farrier if he had any suggestions of some supplements. He instantly recommended Farrier's Formula.

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Theresa with horse

Theresa G.

I just want to thank you for a wonderful product. I started to use Farriers Formula 2 months ago, not for my horses hooves or hair but because she is 23 years old and has had tendon injuries and never really recovered. I have tried and still do use many joint supplements, but none of them have come close to the results I have seen in my girl as using Farriers Formula for 2 months now. My mare is moving better and has spring back in her step. She was getting so walking was hard on her, now when we got for our walks she is dancing and prancing and running as much as I can run with her. She looks fabulous to boot :)

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Haflinger horse "Buttercup"

Dave I.

About 10 months ago I wrote to you concerning our Haflinger horse "Buttercup". She was 13 years old at that time and had very bad cracks in her front hooves (see “before” pictures). Her former owner said she has always had trouble with cracking. They were big cracks and I wanted to make sure we are doing the best we could for her since she is a wonderful bomb proof “kid perfect” horse. I included a little picture of her so you can see the sweet animal that we have the pleasure of owning. 

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Danita and horse

Danita B.

Last June, Chili caught his hoof under a sliding metal door and sliced the coronet band along with breaking the cofin bone (I'm assuming when he kicked in panic). My vet said he had a 50/50 chance of the leg and hoof reattaching, which was a battle we lost.

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Marissa riding Horse

Marissa C.

 Equine Trainer and Competitor

When I started to train my Andalusian/Arabian to canter and jump his hooves began to chip all the time. We put front shoes on but we were still having chips!

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