Hoof Builder

    • Want a better hoof? Combine two of the best supplements for hoof growth: Hoof Support and Omega-3. Hoof Support has the key vitamins, minerals and proteins needed to build a strong, healthy hoof. Our Omega-3 product is a no mess, easy solution to supplementing this essential fatty acid - it's a dry powder, simply mix into dampened feed. Omega-3's are needed for healthy hoof tissue - and you'll also get the benefit of a shiny coat!
    • Hoof Support Ingredients:

      BIOTIN - has been shown to improve hoof quality in a certain percentage of horses with shelly, brittle feet.

      PYRIDOXINE - used to synthesise protein into keratin, the major structural component of the hoof.

      NIACIN - needed in the body for protein metabolism, important for hoof growth as the hoof wall is over 90% protein.

      THIAMINE - a B vitamin which contains sulphur.

      SULPHUR -necessary to form strong hooves. Sources of bio available, organic sulphur in HOOF SUPPORT include MSM, methionine, biotin and thiamine.

      ZINC - present in high concentration in normal hoof tissue, with an important anti oxidant role in protecting hoof tissue.

      COPPER - essential to good health, with an important anti oxidant role in protecting hoof tissue.

      METHIONINE, LYSINE, THREONINE - essential amino acids:
      the building blocks of the body and the hoof.

    • Hoof Support: A level 20g scoop treats a 500kg horse. Mix into dampened feed. Adjust amount given based on the weight of the horse or pony.

      For foals, miniatures and small ponies please download our 'Supplementation Guide for Ponies and Miniatures'.


      Horses 2 scoops per day (30g)
      Ponies 1 scoop per day (15g)
      Breeding Stallions 4 scoops per day (60g)
      Broodmares 4 scoops per day (60g) from 10 days pre-foaling to 52 days postpartum, or for whole lactation period until weaning.
    • horse hoof "Who says hoof supplements don't work....? I knew Hoof Support was good for them, but I didn't think it would have made this big a difference!" Cat S, Tas, commenting on the 2 month's of improved new growth, clearly visible in her horse's hoof.
    •  Horse hoof

      Feeding the hoof: Protein

      The equine hoof is very metabolically active tissue: it needs to be continually replaced as the lowest section is rubbed away by contact with the ground. > read more

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      Feeding the hoof: Vitamins

      The principal vitamins involved in healthy hoof growth are the B group vitamins. These are: Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic Acid (B5), Pyridoxine (B6), Biotin (B7), Folic Acid (B9), and Cyanocobalamin (B12). > read more

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      Feeding the horse: Minerals

      Four minerals in particular affect the hoof: sulphur, zinc, copper and selenium. > read more

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      Copper, zinc and white line disease

      White Line Disease can make horses sore and can lead to severe lameness, abscessing and even bone erosion if left untreated. > read more


      The ABCs of EFAs

      EFA isn't another equestrian governing body, it stands for Essential Fatty Acids. These are the polyunsaturated 'good' fats that the body needs for various metabolic processes. > read more