Equiderm® has traditionally been the go-to for mudfever, and is also fast acting for other wounds, cuts and grazes both for the rider and the horse. There is visible repair overnight.
Look out for the early signs of mudfever if your horse is lame and there is heat or swelling of parts of the leg, and pain when you press. In these early stages before lesions occur you can often prevent it progressing by using a sulphur based barrier cream like Equiderm®.
Catching it early can save you money and time. Don’t let mudfever put a dampener on the start to your season!