Hoof Pick
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Rating: 4.5

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(4.5 out of 5, based on 22 reviews)

Durable stainless steel resists rust & bending. Convenient pocket size. Picks dirt, pebbles & manure from frog of the hoof & from sole.
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Janet
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Rating: 5

Comfortable to hold

posted 5 years ago

This is the best hoofpick!!! At my age, gribbing things is getting more and more difficult and this is the easiest hoofpick that I have ever used.

Pros: Comfortable, easy to use, easy to clean

Cons: None!

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Horseboy
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Rating: 5

Clean hooves

posted 5 years ago

this pick is a really nice one, the large countoured grip is easy to hold without slipping or rolling. the balde is strong and with a slightly rounded tip that wont gouge. the brush is large enough and stiff enough to brush around the frog and clean out the hoof area after picking.

Pros: strong grip, handy brush, safe blade

Cons: none

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