The Hoofjack is a customer favorite! It has proven itself to be a top-quality, very durable, user-friendly stand. Now available in 4 bright colors, you can also add a bit of fun to your trimming!
Along with proper exercise, hoof stands are the best way to protect your back from strain or injury. But better than any insurance policy, the stand starts making your life easier right away.
Suitable for both the amateur or professional practitioner, the Hoofjack is available in 5 sizes (see chart & individual descriptions below for sizing).
Notes on shipping: Our standard shipping rates apply for any size Hoofjack to Continental USA destinations. (Hawaii & Alaska have additional fees). Hoofjacks ship UPS ground, so we must have a street address when you order your Hoofjack.
Fits miniature horses and very small ponies. Height of base is 7 inches, adjusts from 8" to 12", base diameter is 13". Includes mini sized cradle, mini straight post with rubber cap, two 90 lb pull magnets.
Standard Hoofjack fits a pony up to a small draft or draft cross horse (hooves up to a size 6). Height of base is 12 inches, adjusts from 14" to 22", base diameter is 18". Includes standard cradle, straight post with standard rubber cap, two 90 lb pull magnets.
Fits draft horses with hooves size 7 or larger. Height of base is 12 inches, adjusts from 14" to 22", base diameter is 18". Includes draft size cradle, one straight post with draft rubber cap, two 90 lb pull magnets.
is designed for horses with a limited range of motion. This stand is 7" in height with a base diameter of 13". Overall height adjustment is 8" - 13". Includes a mini base, standard size cradle and standard post with rubber cap, two 90 lb pull magnets.
Fits a pony up to a small draft or draft cross (hooves up to a size 6). The base is shorter than the standard Hoofjack (9" instead of 12") but has the same diameter (18"). Overall height adjustment is 11"-19". Includes a medium size cradle and medium post with rubber cap, two 90 lb pull magnets. It is especially useful for smaller ponies (under 12 hands), the geriatric or injured horse with a limited range of motion, and the user who is under 5'10" wanting to use the cradle on the front feet.
We highly recommend the use of a hoof stand to make your work easier and more efficient. We consider it to be an essential tool for performing a quality trimming job. It allows you to concentrate on working the hoof properly, prevents back strain, and also provides a place to keep your tools protected and close at hand. Once you get used to using a hoof stand, you'll wonder how you ever managed without one!
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