HOOF-it Hoof Stand Standard Horse

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HOOF-it Hoof Stand Standard Horse


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Product Summary:

Hoof-It® Blacksmith Hoof Stand Standard Model
Hoof care the easy & comfortable way! Now made in the USA!
Have you ever wanted a single-unit, post and cradle hoof stand?  One unit that makes it easy to work on both the top and bottom of the hoof without stopping to swap out parts to another stand?  Hoof-It has invented and filed tested the new Hoof-it Standard Model Hoof stand an is manufacturing it in the USA.  For situations where changing to a different stand or swapping out the post and cradle isn't practical.  They've designed the PostCradle to hold a hoof on the post end with minimal to no cradle interference, and the cradle supports the horse's hoof when you are working on the surface side of the hoof.  The PostCradle is built with a durable, inner foundation with supportive thick rubber coating to absorb shock and assist grip.
The Standard base is a heavy-duty black composite base, built for stability, workability while still being light weight. 
  • Heavy-duty composite base
  • Built for stability, workability and is light weight
  • Support wings provide stability
  • Hexagon shape insures it will not roll away if tipped over
For additional safety and stability when working with the Hoof-it®Stand try the following: 
  • Keep one foot on the base unit when working with the Hoof-it® Stand
  • Do not leave the horse's leg or hoof in the cradle or on the stand when unattended.
Developed for farriers, veterinarians and horse owners. The innovative design dramatically reduces your risk of getting injured during hoof care tasks. The stand is ideally suited for use with all types of horses, including older horses that require special support and comfort during hoof care tasks. The rubber cushioned cradle fits different hoof sizes and hugs the hoof. Let Hoof-it® Hoof Stand deal with the majority of the horse's weight during any type of hoof care task, rather than your back or knees.
Item Specifications:
Heavy Duty Black Composite Base
(Note: downloadable resource image shows is a generic document and is not for color purposes)
Base Height: 11 inches
Base with PostCradle:
Low: Cradle 13.5 inches/ Post 15.5 inches
High: Cradle 19.5 inches/ Post 21.5 inches
Note:  Image color for standard in downloadable resource document is outdated
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It is like my Natural Hoof Trimmer's Stand.
Diane S on Jan 2, 2015
I chose this one over the hoof jack brand because it was cheaper then the hoof jack, and it seems to be more comfortable for the horse because it has a non metal cup to support the horses leg safely and it only has one rod that adjusts in several ways, it seems to be easier then to have two rods and be interchanging them every horse. In addition the reviews helped me decide to purchase this one.
CRYSTAL D on Jun 30, 2014
I looks better build than the Hoof Jacks
Kelly S on Dec 8, 2014
does the sling move up so the horses hoof can rest on it??
A shopper on Apr 26, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the whole assembly moves up or down to the desired height. However, I found that with the center post extended for dressing the top of hoofwall, the shavings fall into the pocket where the cap would rest when done. I bought this hoofjack for the ease of clamp used to secure the post. I then used the "HoofJack" cradle and post since they are the same diameter. So I use the best of both products. I also am not too keen on the hardness of the rubber cradle.
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