Caring about Horses
The Original MudBuster preparation was used in the late 1800's by James Evans who worked as an ostler in Worcestershire.
Through his love and care for horses, James Evans developed a number of ointments and emollients which he used successfully in the treatment of injured horses after their arduous journeys.
James's son Roland Evans served in the Army Veterinary Corps during World War 1. Roland made good use of his fathers' preparations in the mud drenched trenches and after the war practised as a Master Farrier in the West Country.
Throughout the 20th century the descendants of James Evans have continued to work as Farriers using the preparations to sooth and protect and to promote healthy skin condition.