Both my horses love them
I've been giving HoofSnax to my now-retired Appendix gelding for over a year, and he loves them. My new Trakehner mare, who is extremely picky (took her four months to decide apples weren't poisonous), also loves them. Ditto every other horse at the barn who has been offered a HoofSnax. The only reason that a horse might not have liked them was if the bag was stale - I did buy a stale bag from a local tack store but I could smell it was off and didn't feed it to my horses. (The tack store in question exchanged the stale bag for a new one).
February 26, 2013
Horses love them and they're good for them, too!
I was hesitant to buy these as 'treats' to have on hand after a ride after seeing some people review that their horses wouldn't eat them. These are more expensive than most treats/snacks but it's nice to know they are actually doing some good for the horse rather than just plain treats. My recently OTTB LOVES them -- and he really just learned to eat any kind of treat in the last few weeks. I gave samples to a few other horses in our barn and they loved them, too.
November 17, 2012
I bought HoofSnax after my boy stopped eating his Bioflax supplement in his grain. He loves them!!! It is nice to be able to give him some treats and to know that they are helping his hooves at the same time!
July 14, 2011
Really Good But Expensive!
I really love these treats and so do my horses! They really do smell like cinnamon cookies and are a really good way to supplement if your horse just wont eat other hoof supplements. BUT they don't last long around here and they are expensive given how long they last. However I do recommend them!
June 17, 2011
I've been hesitant to put my horse on supplements and I love giving him treats. This is the best of both worlds because my horse loves the treats and he thinks he's getting rewarded for good behavior in the ring and in actuality he's getting things that are good for him.
He's only been getting the treats 2-3 times a week for 7 months, so it's hard to tell if they've been making a big impact cause it's been over the winter and early spring when he stands in snow and mud. But his feet are in great shape, look healthy, with no cracks.
April 9, 2011
Great idea but our horses won't eat these. They are anxious to take them and everyone of them (we have 20 head) spit them out.
April 7, 2011