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I have tried and used a lot of different types of hoof dressings/oils/ointments/conditioners over the years and have only found a couple that I really like.

I just tried the new Absorbine Hooflex Natural Spray Dressing/Conditioner, and I really like it so far!

It is all natural, it has tea tree oil, arnica, comfrey, soybean, lanolin and castor oils in it. It is clear, so it looks good on all hoof colours and would be great for showing/competition.

It comes in a spray can, and it is a small can for the price, but I think it will last a while, it didn't take much, I just sprayed on a small amount and used a hoof oil brush to apply it. It sinks in well and doesn't leave a gunky build up on top of the hooves like some hoof products do.

I really like that it's all natural, makes the hooves look good, sinks in well and doesn't leave a build up! It would be nice if it came in a bigger size, I don't know how long it will last for 3 horses, even though it didn't take much to cover their hooves, we shall see! It comes in a 148 ml size can for about $11/$12 CAN.

Just thought I'd share, in case anyone's interested!
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