Own A Horse Or Have Horse Teeth? Get This Knife
This W.R. Case & Sons knife has a hook to remove things from horse hooves. And if you have large gaps between your teeth, it makes a great toothpick.
By Justin Krajeski
W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company has been in the knife industry since 1889. Translation: They know what they hell they’re doing. It’s also a highly collectible brand. Now we have our hands on the W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co. Equestrian Knife ($58.99). With a rosewood handle and Tru-Sharp surgical steel clip blade and hoof pick, their Equestrian Knife looks sleek while serving a purpose.
The hoof pick allows for the removal of stones and other debris from the hoof without a sharp point that might cause injury to your valiant steed. If you’re not a horse owner but have enormous gaps in your teeth or have a wife with horse teeth, the hook can also serve as a toothpick.
The blade and the hoof pick are both located on the same side of the device, which can make it difficult to open. Still, the pros outweigh the cons.