|Bucky's Buddy ||04-08-2008 07:58 PM |
Another use for hoof picks.....
Did you ever think of using a hoof pick for your own boots? I have a pair of redwings that have "super soles", and lots of tread, so I use a hoof pick to remove mud. Any other ideas?
|Harlee rides horses ||04-08-2008 08:02 PM |
I've used them to put on English riding boots.
|PoptartShop ||04-08-2008 08:49 PM |
LOL I do the same thing; they come in handy with scraping away mud; I also use the brush part to brush off mud too.
|HorsesAreForever ||04-08-2008 10:36 PM |
lol! once i used a hoof pick to open up a plastic container with horse food in it cause my fingers were small enough :P u get the metal part under theres and bend :) or pull w.e
|PoptartShop ||04-08-2008 10:47 PM |
LOL! :P They come in handy for a lot of things.
They're like portable can openers LOL.
|HorsesAreForever ||04-08-2008 10:54 PM |
lol! im suprised i never thought of useing a hoof pick to get mud of my shoes but ive tried to use one to get some mud off of the bottom of my pants xD im smart like that lol
|im4dressage ||04-09-2008 12:06 AM |
I use new hoof picks to clean my water buckets if I can't find my brush. (I own more hoof picks then horses)
|Bucky's Buddy ||04-09-2008 12:12 AM |
Lol, I always thought a clean one would make a good Back scratcher!
|im4dressage ||04-09-2008 12:14 AM |
I think that would work great, thanks for the idea :)
|Dumas'_Grrrl ||04-09-2008 11:57 AM |
For those of age....They open a beer bottle pretty slick :wink:
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