Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing

Made in Belgium
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Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing from Pegasus Health
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A 100% natural product made from animal fat and fresh laurel leaves that have been macerated to release their active substances.

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing is a laurel balm for the care and protection of horses' hooves. Perfect for the inconsistent British climate to protect hooves from becoming totally saturated in extremely wet conditions and will apply mositure in extremely dry conditions.

Good hooves call for the use of top quality products, for one, to keep them supple elastic and balanced. Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing which has been manufactured by traditional methods for more than 25 years, reflects just this philosophy.

Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing does not merely give the horn a pretty shine - it penetrates the horn to nourish the hoof deep down.

Regular use prevents the hoof wall from drying, protects it from the wet, and activates horn growth.

All of these properties make Hoof Dressing a remarkable product that is used and recommended by all riding professionals.


Normal use
Apply the hoof dressing to the hoof walls and soles three to four times a week.

More intensive use
  1. Hose down the feet
  2. Dry off
  3. Coat with hoof dressing
  4. Repeat this process every day for 8 days

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