Kevin Bacons Hoof Dressing for Horses

Kevin Bacons Hoof Dressing for Horses
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Ash Based » 1 litre Tub
Ash Based » 2.5 litre Tub
Ash Based » 5 Litre
Liquid » 500ml Tin with Brush
Liquid » 5 litre Refill
Original » 1 litre Tub
Original » 2.5 litre Tub
Original » 5 Litre

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  • Ash Based » 1 litre Tub £17.99
  • Ash Based » 2.5 litre Tub £34.99
  • Ash Based » 5 Litre £61.99
  • Liquid » 500ml Tin with Brush £13.99
  • Liquid » 1 litre Tin with Brush £19.95
  • Liquid » 5 litre Refill £98.99
  • Original » 1 litre Tub £13.49
  • Original » 2.5 litre Tub £33.85
  • Original » 5 Litre £56.39

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Description

Ideally suited to the varying British weather, Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing comprehensively protects hooves, preventing saturation from water infiltration in wet weather whilst also maintaining ideal moisture levels in dry weather. Maintaining optimum internal hoof conditions, hooves are kept supple, elastic and split/crack resilient. Kevin Bacon's Hoof Dressing is also designed to guard against bacteria, forming a physical barrier that encourages healthy horn growth. A tar based product, it is enriched with 10% added vegetable tar.

Using the same, famous formula but in an easy to apply liquid form, Kevin Bacon's Liquid Hoof Dressing is sold with an applicator brush included. Providing lasting protection and support for all hooves, it is a tradition and trusted formula with proven beneficial effects.

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Reviews (86)

Summary of Reviews for Kevin Bacons Hoof Dressing for Horses

Overall 5
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85 out of 86 (99%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (66 reviews)
4 stars (19 reviews)
3 stars (1 reviews)
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55 Kevin Bacon hoof dressing
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By on 25 May 2022

Very runny when allowed to get hot ie left in sun and thick when cold. Be careful not to use too much when runny. Does a superb job on the hoof, moisturises and looks good, takes a while to sink into the hoof.

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55 Kevin Bacon Hoof Dressing
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By on 15 February 2022

Always give good coverage & used regularly really improves hoof quality

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55 Best I've bought
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By on 6 December 2021

My ex racer struggled to keep his shoes on longer than 3 weeks. His clenches would rise and he needed boots so they didn't cut his legs on them and very thin soles. I've tried 3 other products, including hoof hardeners and hoof barriers that didn't seem to help. I've been using this for about 8 weeks, applying about 4 to 5 times a week and the improvement is really noticeable. Im hoping to go 5weeks between farrier visits on our next cycle. His clenches as still flush after 4 weeks and shoes aren't loos and he is growing more sole in his front feet. I'm hoping his hinds will do the same soon. Only negative I've found is it does start to solidify in the cold which makes getting it out the tin a little tricky when it's running low, but small price to pay for something that works!

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55 The best dressing that stops the hoof cracking
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By on 4 November 2021

It’s the only product that helps my boys hooves

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55 Kevin Bacon Hoof Dressing
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By on 23 October 2021

Love this product. It’s effective, easy to apply, easy to store and good quality.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Kevin Bacons Hoof Dressing for Horses, including answers from our team.

17 January 2018 at 4:48pm

Difference between KB liquid and tub hoof dressing

Pam

Farrier says liquid dressing better for winter as barrier against wet conditions but have heard from others it is just the same product but oil easier to put on in cold conditions. Want a barrier to prevent hooves getting too soft in wet muddy field. Is there any difference and is oil version more effective in preventing wet penetrating hoof wall? Any advice welcome thanks

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Pam,

Thank you for your question.

I have spoken to the manufacturers who have assured me that both the liquid and the oil dressing are exactly the same.

Hope that helps,

VioVet.

24 October 2013 at 8:43pm

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dawn

Hi whats the difference between the original and the tar based hoof dressing, read some where tar based better for mud in winter any truth in this?? Many thanks dawn

  • VioVet Staff

The hoof dressing original or black are the same, it's just that the tar based one has natural black coloring with a light antibacterial effect. The important thing is that the product without tar, is not very effective on and under the hooves.

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