Emmy B

Emmy B.

I am absolutely blown away by how amazing this supplement is! My mare suffered an awful hoof injury where she sliced through her hoof wall and sole almost to the coffin bone. I got her on Farrier's Formula® almost immediately to help grow out her hoof faster.

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Margitta After Picture

Margitta R.

"My beloved Mahruss is a 26 year old Arab thoroughbred. For several months my horse had a bacterial infection in his hoof. Despite constant treatment, it was so bad, that a hole could be seen on the outside, in the middle of the hoof.

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Jenkins 1

Annie J.

My experience with Life Data® products has been nothing short of amazing. My barrel horse, Fame, is a 6 year old QH gelding that I’ve owned since he was 2. Fame has a slight pigeon toe, bad hoof walls and no growth. So, it’s been a chore getting and keeping him sound.

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Gustav

Katharina H.

In October 2017 I purchased the five year old Baroque Pinto gelding, Gustav, mainly out of compassion. For various reasons, I had actually given up on riding and horses’ altogether. Now here was this poor animal in front of me, permanently stabled, completely bored and his hind legs swollen up to the ankle joints from mud fever. He had never been seen by a farrier and had no hoof care what so ever. A long unpleasant story follows about horseshoes, misplaced nails, lameness and hospitalization. To cut a long story short: half a year later we left the hospital with a poor prognosis and quite clueless as to how I should proceed further.

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Rocky

Maggie and Rocky

Rocky, my 15-year-old OTTB, always seemed just a little bit off on his left foreleg.  He has huge osselets in both front fetlocks, and his left front hoof is a bit clubby, so a slight lameness was never unexpected. About once a year he would come up three-legged lame due to an abscess in that left hoof, and he had a pesky crack that ran vertically from his coronary band to the ground which just never seemed to go away.  But last year, when he came up with two abscesses in a row, I decided to have him x-rayed to see if there was something else causing the problem. That’s when he was diagnosed with a keratoma, a rare benign tumor that continues to grow inside the hoof and which must be surgically removed. 

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