Keratex Hoof Hardener 250 ml

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Keratex Hoof Hardener strengthens weak, worn and cracked hooves by improving the molecular structure of the horn itself.

Product Details:

  • Equally effective in wet & dry conditions.
  • Prevents the horn from taking in excess moisture, making it resistant to softening and weakening in wet conditions.
  • This results in a reduction in shoe loss and abscesses.
  • Not an oil or resin layer and does not seal the hoof.
  • Will ensure the treated hoof is able to breathe naturally so the moisture balance is properly maintained.
  • Should also be applied to the sole of the hoof to prevent bruising.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 18 reviews)

June 19, 2019
"Our pasture is separated by a road, and where the creek goes under it, there is a big culvert. When the weather gets hot and the flies come out in Alabama, the horses like to stand in the culvert. This destroys my Appy's feet Keratex is the only thing that I have found that keeps his feet from chipping."
February 06, 2018
"I refer to this as Liquid Gold -- pricey but worth every penny."
little rock, SC
May 13, 2017
"After much experimentation, this has turned out to be the most effective topical treatment for my OTTB's thin, shelly feet. The barn owner is also using it on some of her problem hooves as well. We've tried different things over several years, and this makes the most difference. Pricey, but worth it. "
September 21, 2016
"Great stuff my guy had some tiny cracks in his hoof because it has been so wet here. This gives some peace of mind that his feet are staying hard. The brush is useless, though. I got some fat, round paintbrushes from the craft store. "

April 12, 2016
"My farrier recommended this product and I tried a few others before finally buying this one. Definitely saw an improvement in hoof strength and chipping."