Sarah P.

To all, I just wanted to drop you a message and tell you how much I love your product. I have used Farrier’s Formula for over 5 years and absolutely swear by it. I have my 16 year old Thoroughbred on it because of his horrible feet and for the first time in his life he is able to go barefoot. I bought a new Thoroughbred in August and placed him on the Farrier’s Formula and can tell a big difference in him maintaining his weight better and his feet are showing the great signs that my other guy did when I started.

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Jeannie N.

I am writing this letter in regards to your Farrier’s Formula. I have had horses now for over 30 years and this is the first time that I have used a supplement that really works. My Saddlebred has had a cracked foot now for over three years. The crack comes out of the coronet band and goes down to the bottom of the foot. I have tried everything, even soaking the foot and keeping it moist.

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Jean M.

In December of last year, I started using your Farrier’s Formula product on an 18 year-old thoroughbred gelding who all of his life has had soft, shelly hooves that would not hold shoes. After only a little less than 4 months on Farrier’s Formula, there is now ½ to ¾ of an inch new hoof growth.

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Linda M.

I just wanted to take a few moments to let you know how happy I am with Farrier’s Formula. I began feeding Farrier’s Formula to my quarter horse because he had weak, brittle hooves. Well, I have not been disappointed. His hooves became much healthier and stronger. The true test of how well your product has worked for my horse came about two weeks ago. I had just returned from a 20-mile trail ride that, at times, was very rocky and very muddy.

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Indi the Thoroughbred

Tina B.

I bought Indi (race name Balendi) in October 2015. He is a Thoroughbred, who finished his racing career at the age of 3. He was born November 2011. When I got him he had just started his re-education after being turned out for 6 months. His hooves seemed healthy although maybe a little soft.

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