When my Mother was a child she bought this hoof pick from the Horse of the Year Show, she didn’t have a pony then but she wanted one. She never got her pony and the hoof pick lived in one of the kitchen drawers up until I bought Niko then it was time for the hoof pick to do its job again. This is the only hoof pick I have used I look at the more modern ones and they all look so sharp, some do have a handy brush on one end, but I like this one and as you can see it isn’t the sort of hoof pick that will be breaking any time soon. This maybe isn’t the most interesting post but with so many equines I use the hoof pick so much I thought I would do I post about it.
But I have more to ramble on about before I go like how all the horses and ponies are doing. First of all I have stopped cleaning Tipper’s wound and I am now just leaving it to heal up which it is doing nicely. Niko has now lost a shoe as well as Tipper, the farrier should come in three days time. Pip’s summer coat is starting to show in places. Murphy and Madeline are now eating in a separate part of the paddock for most of their meals, because they are the two most dominant, everything is a lot more peaceful like this, and it allows us to keep a better eye on how much haylage Murphy eats. Well that’s about all. Oh and I did my new header that has already been criticized by my older brother, but oh well I can always change it later.