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RidersRasp

A Balanced Hoof Care Solution

The RidersRasp® line offers an innovative and performance-enhancing solution to care for your horse’s hooves between farrier visits. Designed by American Farriers Association Certified Journeyman Farrier W.J. Tomlinson, the patented RidersRasp® helps solve some problems a conventional farrier’s rasp can create in the hands of an inexperienced user.

Conventional rasps require:

  • Two hands to operate
  • Standing with horse’s hoof between your legs, often bearing the weight of a leaning horse which can be dangerous
  • Careful attention to not removing too much hoof wall which can lead to soreness, lameness and compromise the hoof’s balance

RidersRasp® allows for:

  • Easy, one-handed operation
  • Standing beside the horse without bearing its weight
  • Confident rounding of the hoof wall without the worry of removing too much
  • Protection from rasp’s sharp teeth with a soft grip and ergonomic no-slip sides

Original RidersRasp®
This patented product is the first tool of its kind designed specifically for horse owners to sustain and support hoof balance, soundness and overall condition between trims. A replaceable rasp is made for rounding, not removing, the hoof wall. Learn how to use RidersRasp®.

RaspNGo
For a more conventional style rasp, this flat version of the Original is perfect for horse owners, veterinarians and farriers to bevel sharp hoof edges and maintain balance between trims. Comes with a reversible rasp featuring a medium and coarse side.

Honey Hooves
Formulated to condition and protect, Honey Hooves features organic beeswax, Australian tea tree oil and pine tar that work together to effectively treat and protect problem areas of the hoof. Application is made easy with a no-mess, 2.5 ounce stick.

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