December 28, 2011
The Illuminated Hoof Pick from MJ Equine Tools provides a top-quality stainless steel pick and stiff nylon brush, plus an innovative battery-powered LED light on the tip.
The sturdy Illuminated Hoof Pick is designed for the toughest work, offers an easy grip handle and is water resistant.
Cleaning a horse's hooves with the Illuminated Hoof Pick provides a better view to clean out the debris and also to spot problems such as a puncture wound or hoof cracks before they become a bigger problem.
The inventors of the patent pending Illuminated Hoof Pick, Mara Glunz and Joanne Stoynoff, are long time equine enthusiasts with more than 30 years experience in riding, training, grooming and management. One day while teaching a lesson on hoof cleaning in the stable, the proverbial light went on in Mara’s mind: “This would be much easier if the hoof pick had a light,” she remembers saying. From that the idea of the Illuminated Hoof Pick was born.
The MJ Equine Tools Illuminated Hoof Pick sells for $24.99 and is available at: www.MJEquineToolsInc.com.
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