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Mustad Hoof Knive – Left

$23.95

Mustad Hoof Knive – Left

$23.95

9998 in stock

SKU: 357 Categories: ,

Description

The well-balanced hoof knife has a comfortable, ergonomically designed handle. The blade exits in line with the lower part of the handle, allowing pinpoint accuracy while trimming the sole. The hook has a smaller radius, making it easier to trim between the frog and the bar. The small hook also makes it easier to form smaller holes in the hoof when removing abscesses. The blade is made of the most suitable knife steel, and it is hardened and tempered for high performance and durability.

Testimonials

I just love my Cavallo Western All-Purpose Saddle Pad! I use the same pad on both my Tennessee Walker and my Quarter Horse; it's unusual that you can use one pad that fits so well on different breeds. Right now I use the Nitrex side against the horses; the saddle doesn't move or roll from side to side when I'm mounting. I can ride for hours and my horse stays comfortable. Then the pad bounces right back into shape and adjusts to the next horse. I'm very particular about using clean saddle pads, not just for me but because the horses can feel the dirt. My Cavallo pad is so easy to clean. I just wipe the Nitrex side down with a cloth for immediate use or hose it down and it dries quickly. I've bought a lot of different and expensive saddle pads over the years and have never found one that I like so much as the Cavallo Saddle Pad! I'm very satisfied.

Luellen McEwan, Alberta

Click here to read Yvonne Welz, of the Horse's hoof, and Belle's success with Cavallo pads! "I have tried every pad on the market to help relieve stress from bad-fitting saddles. Aside from a custom fit saddle, using two 1-inch thick wool felt pads was the best solution until we tried the Cavallo pad. Sore backs in the middle of the spine is common in jumpers upon landing when the saddle gives and the rider's weight comes down in the middle of the horse's back. The Cavallo pad performed equally or better than the wool pads we had been using to reduce saddle pressure on the spine of several Grand Prix jumpers. The horses stopped getting "strong" after the fences when their backs no longer hurt on landing. I am recommending my clients try this pad first to determine if the saddle is indeed causing the behavioral issues such as "teeth grinding", "pulling", "hurrying" or "bucking" which is so commonly linked to sore back in horses. Thank you for sharing your vision of making horse's lives more comfortable for competition and making an affordable pad that works!"

Mary Ann Simonds, M.A., Equine Behaviorist, Horse-Rider Coach

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