Kool-Out™ Poultice


Kool-Out™ Poultice is a mild and gentle clay that can be used as an aid in the temporary relief of minor stiffness and soreness due to overexertion. This poultice is non-medicated and was formulated specifically for horses with sensitive skin. Kool-Out™ is gentle enough for daily use and can be applied over minor nicks and cuts without causing irritation. Works effectively to cool and tighten your horse’s legs after strenuous exercise.


Horses of all shapes, sizes, and breeds can benefit from the use of poultice. Oftentimes, exercise or strenuous activity can cause minor inflammation and discomfort especially in the legs and surrounding tissues. As a result, the horse can experience longer than normal recovery times and its overall performance can be affected. Finish Line®’s poultices are clay based pastes that can be easily applied to horses’ lower legs and hooves. The poultice works by drawing excess heat and fluid from the tissues. This helps cool and tighten horses legs after exercise or strenuous activity.

Equine skin is 8-10 times more sensitive than human skin. Kool-Out™ Poultice was formulated specifically for horses with sensitive skin and can be applied daily without causing irritation. Its easy on and easy off application make it a top choice for horse owners and trainers worldwide to support recovery and provide the temporary relief of minor stiffness and soreness due to overexertion.

Kool-Out™ Poultice has the following benefits for your horse:

  • It cools and tightens your horse’s legs after workouts, performances, events and races
  • Mild enough for everyday use and for horses with sensitive skin
  • Can be used over minor nicks, cuts, blisters and other surface abrasions
  • Easy on and easy off application

Watch how to apply the poultice to your horse’s legs:


Additional information


5 LBS, 12.9 LBS, 23 LBS, 45 LBS


1 review for Kool-Out™ Poultice

  1. Kaitlyn Simpson

    This helped my 3-year-old’s 2-month-old Bowed Tendon. I put this on the leg for 8 days and it brought it down in swelling soooo much. I was told he would have to be in the pasture for up to a year to heal completely. I put him in a stall for 2 weeks and after that, he became a pasture pony. He is not yet healed to do heavy work, but he is ready to be ridden more and worked more on the light work. Mostly walking under saddle, and trotting and cantering on the lunge line. Of course, I keep his legs wrapped to prevent worse injury due to him being so young. I highly recommend this poultice.

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