The Heller Black Master is a finely toothed rasp especially well suited for hard, dry hooves. The Black Master differs from other rasps — anextra coating ensures material is released from the rasp more easily and makes the rasp more wear resistant. This rasp is particularly suited to horses that spend a lot of time outside and accumulate sand and mud that can negatively impact the wear process of rasps.
The file side of Heller rasps is sharp, enabling efficient removal of material with little effort.
- Length: 360 mm
- Width: 43 mm
- Thickness: 5 mm
- Number of teeth per row: 6
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Here are some pictures of me and my Finnhorse Simo in action with Simple hoof boots. As you can see, there is no problem for us to ride or drive with boots that have studs on. The picture was taken on a road that has thick snow on and underneath there is ice. But we had very good traction with studs. We wear boots during the winter everytime we do something with our horses. In the summertime we keep a pair of Simple boots hanging on the saddle everytime we go for a ride incase we get to a bad gravel road. We are VERY pleased with Simple boos, becuase they are so SIMPLE to use. I have rheumatic arthritis in my fingers and I don't have any problems putting the boots on or taking them off. The horses like to wear them and these boots STAY ON!
Satu Tannien, Finland
I have tried a variety of boots and have found SIMPLE Hoof Boots to be by far the best boot. They can be put on and taken off easily and I would best describe them as being “user friendly”. SIMPLE Boots are extremely good quality and wear well. I use SIMPLE Boots on horses with injury, for transport and for day to day training.”
David Hall, Australian trainer currently training in Hong Kong. During his training career in Melbourne, he was famous for training "Makybe Diva" to the first of her three successive Melbourne Cup victories in 2003.