Hoof Pick

$4.95

19967 in stock

Description

A must-have for your hoof grooming needs! Used for cleaning debris, mud, snow and rocks from your horse’s hoof.

Testimonials

Connie Challice Cavallo BFB Hoof Boots Calgary Stampede Parade 2019

Connie Challice - A Barefoot Trimmer and a Winner!

Connie Challice is an accomplished barefoot trimmer located in the Calgary, Alberta, area.  She's a believer in natural hoof care and she walks the talk .  All of her horses are barefoot, with exceptionally healthy hoofs.  She enjoys the freedom of being barefoot & booted and she enjoys an active, equestrian lifestyle.

The Calgary Stampede was Calling...

This July, Connie and her crew had a vital role to play at the Calgary Stampede.  They were asked to provide teams of horses for the Stampede Parade. Their carriages toured national, provincial, and city politicians.  They also had the honour of touring esteemed veterans in their wheelchair-accessible wagon. Connie, herself, drew the RCMP and First Nations dignitaries in their Vis-a-vis carriage. 

Cavallo Roped in the Crowds!

Ready for the Calgary Stampede Parade in Cavallo BFB Hoof Boots!The Cavallo BFB and ELB Bling Hoof Boots recently roped in the parade crowds!  Connie sent us a message after, telling us about how well the boots worked to keep the horses comfortable, safe and grounded on the slick asphalt during the parade: “We had a team of Suffolk Punch horses (Jack and Flame) driven at the 2019 Calgary Stampede parade. They are an older team, and Flame has a little arthritis - after pavement work, he can sometimes seem sore. This has changed with the Cavallo BFB Boots and Pads, he's able to do many miles and remains comfortable. We all are grateful for this. It makes so much sense to have a comfortable option that helps absorb the shock of the pavement. Luke, our 8-year-old Clydesdale, was wearing Cavallo BFB's under his feathers and they were absolutely amazing for the whole event; he was even comfortable on the crushed road gravel. Altogether, we provided 11 teams of horses for the parade this year.  Almost all of the teams were either bare or booted and had no traction problems at all - even on the wet pavement!" -Connie

Because Cavallo LOVES a Challenge!

Connie Challice - Feathers and Cavallo BFB Hoof Boots By request, BFB was developed to meet the needs of carriage/driving, working and pleasure drafts, as well as those in need of a boot during periods of hoof rehabilitation.  Producing a hoof boot that could support the weight and activity of animals weighing around a ton was no simple task for us!  Technically advanced materials are selected to withstand intense weight and pressure in repetitive motion and be counted on to provide shock absorption and weight distribution.

Coming Soon - New Sizes of Cavallo BFB Draft Hoof Boots!

At Cavallo, we're announcing another new development.  Coming Soon - new Sizes of Cavallo BFB draft Hoof Boots!  Currently in production are two new sizes to accommodate the Big Horse population.  Sizes 7 and 9 will be added to Cavallo’s draft-size range of BFB (Big Foot Boots) and are expected to hit the U.S market in early 2020. To visit Connie Challice's business website, Success with Horse, click HERE! See Cavallo BFB Black and Bling Hoof Boots HERE! To view Cavallo BFB Hoof Boot Poly Pads, click HERE! Wishing all the BIG horses many happy trails, Carole Herder's book - There are no Horseshoes in Heaven  

Connie Challice - A Barefoot Trimmer and a Winner!

 

All was going well until we stopped for lunch and “assumed” that all the horses would stay inside the fenced enclosure we were in. My Arabian mare Darlin had other ideas, since she is a smart and reliable trail horse knew where home was. Fortunately for her and my peace of mind the park is entirely fenced.

We looked of course, but I called the search off at 11:30 Sunday night planning on resuming the next day. My friend, who knows the park much better than I, thought long and hard about where she might be. She brought a horse for me and we were off. Needless to say Darlin was very happy to see us when we found her right where my friend thought she was going to be. Since home was to the southwest that is where we looked, Darlin was indeed going home.

Now to the part of the story that involves Cavallo boots. All Darlin had on was a halter (halter/bridle trail riding equipment), and her Cavallo boots. Yep, you guessed it, the boots were secure and protected Darlin’s feet throughout her/my ordeal. They were damp as well indicating that she had been in water some time during the night (drinking, I hope). I LOVE Cavallo boots.

Sandra L. Switzer

Additional information

Weight .075 kg