The Infused Equestrian is company that makes all natural horse products. The knowledge behind their products is impressive. Anne Dolin is a master in essential oils and holistic healing, accompanied by her team members Scientist, Sheena Bond and marketing partner Ira Dolin; the brand is made for success. The brand makes a variety of products for horse and rider. Fly sprays, essential oils, and bit wipes are just some of the products available for purchase. I personally think the products are marketed really well, I love the simplicity of the labels and product names. Very memorable and very clean, it looks high quality without being flashy.
The Pedi can be purchased from The Infused Equestrian website for $21.00 USD.
I love the packaging. I did find it a bit challenging to open so I used a bottle opener to remove the sealed top. The brush is like a shoe polish brush, which is also a screw on top. The list of ingredients indicate that the conditioner is an olive oil base with added essential oils. The instructions recommended using this product twice a week on clean hooves.
Fit and Feel
I started using this product the day my horse just had her feet trimmed. I didn’t tell my farrier I was going to make any changes, and just waited for her next trim to see if he noticed anything. After 6 weeks, I asked my farrier how he thought her feet her. His response “Her feet look great, keep doing what you are doing.”
This polish was easy to apply, and you could even see a line on her foot where the product was applied days after the initial application. This means it continues to moisturize past the day it is applied.
At first I was concerned that the brush wouldn’t hold up after excessive use, just because I had never dealt with a brush of that style before. Don’t worry! It held up great. I do find that when you are applying it to the foot, I needed to dunk the brush twice each foot to get the solid coverage I wanted.
So, I just want to add *This product is not advertised for any use other than as a hoof conditioner, my experiences are that of my own and not to be a recommendation of use outside of its intended purpose.
That being said, at the time, my mare was having a bit of a skin issue. She had continuous dry skin under her jaw, in which she kept rubbing the hair off. I looked at the hoof conditioner and recognized it to be moisturizing and conditioning to encourage proper growth. I decided to apply this product to the dry skin on my mares jaw. Now again, I would not recommend this product be used for anything other than its intended purpose, but that being said, it definitely helped moisturize the area and encourage hair growth. I was really impressed. From an area that was dry and itchy, was now growing hair and no longer irritated. I do believe that the moisturizing properties of this conditioner helped.
So I am convinced, this product does moisturize and protect. I think it is a good option as a hoof conditioner. My one negative thing I can say, is that my bottle leaked very easily, so make sure it is tight and stored upright.
This is a good product made by a great brand. It moisturized the hooves and is farrier approved. I definitely would like to try their other products, as there are so many cool things to choose from. Again, Cavali Club made a great choice in products to carry in their boxes.
Always get back on,
*The opinions shared in this blog are of my own, and not a reflection of the company or its current and future products.