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    09-15-2008, 10:20 AM
I didnt do it-I got a brush and then just rubbed them with a cloth- he is out in pasture every day all day until 4-5 pm so he gets into the muck-the hoof pic brush did pretty well then I picked off what it didnt remove with good old fingernails. The person who suggested it is a show person and she knows we are showing next sat.
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    09-16-2008, 12:08 AM
I've heard of people using a very fine sand paper and it's supposed to make the hoofs shine. Not really sure how.
    09-16-2008, 09:50 PM
My barefoot trimmer sands the hooves right before she is finished. She says that it (obviously) smoothes them some and also (not-so-obviously) stimulates new growth. I just kind of nodded my head and said OK. She doesn't sand the hoof really well, she just holds the ends of the sandpaper cloth and gives it a all over scuffing. *think shoe shine*

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