Originally Posted by MN Tigerstripes
Soda ended up with thrush last year due to the conditions and an injury. I used this from the Pete Ramey website. It worked really well...
Daily topical treatment with a 50-50 mixture of Neosporin Plus Pain (or generic triple antibiotic ointment plus) and human Athletes Foot Cream (1% Clotrimazole) continues to be the best medicine I've ever seen for deep frog sulcus infections.
But this isn't a preventative, it's a treatment, and shouldn't be overused. If it's not improving (and this applies to ANY thrush treatment) after a few days, then check environment, trim, and diet, and then finally overall health of the horse, just so no one thinks this is to be used to prevent any problems.