Quick Gloss Hoof Spray

Nettex Quick Gloss Hoof Spray is an easy to apply high gloss spray for instant show ring shine, suitable for any competition discipline.

Available in:

  • 200ml — Code FG00133 — RRP £8.60

Nettex Quick Gloss Hoof Spray is an easy to apply high shine hoof gloss spray suitable for competition use for a last minute touch up and everyday use. Nettex Quick Gloss Hoof Spray is the ideal product to keep in your show kit for those special occasions. It is quick and easy to use and will give a show winning shine every time.

  • Ideal for showing – no mess.
  • Leaves high quality shine.
  • Does not mark white legs or light coloured hair.
  • Quick drying formula, ideal for last minute touch ups.
  • Will not dry or discolour hooves.
  • Suitable for all hoof colours and types.
  • Prevents school surface or grass sticking to the hooves.

Made in the UK.


Shake well before use. Spray directly and evenly on to clean dry hooves.

Key ingredients: A pharma grade mineral oil with added natural oils for high shine.

Having used traditional hoof oils and lotions and potions for the show ring for many years, some more successfully than others, it was a refreshing change to try something different, a spray gloss! As Rocky has 3 white hoofs and 1 black it has always been a case of applying different coloured oils to blend in, but with the gloss it doesn’t matter as it does all colours! Yipee! There is also the advantage that if the spray gets on the hair, as oils always seem to do, it doesn’t leave a mark or discolour it. The shine it provides is not an “in your face” type shine that I have seen with some products before, the shine is more like a highly polished hoof wall. Happily the gloss doesn’t attract grass clippings or arena surface which sticks like glue either! Overall, a very easy to use, economical and practical,highly recommended addition to all showing kits! Sharon Kilminster is a Hampshire based Sponsored Rider, Freelance Trainer and Coach catering for riders who wish to improve on their own horse or pony, from grassroots to advanced.


Sharon Kilminster

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