* Comfort for the horse, ease for your body
* Excellent for hoof picking, trimming, rasping, bandaging, clipping and more
* Helps farriers work safer and extend their careers
* Can be used by anyone involved in hoofcare – horse owner, farrier or veterinarian
* Created by a farrier with over 35 years of experience
* See what Hoofjack can do for you and your horse in ‘Other Info’ below
* Look – NO FOB!
* Made in the USA
The Hoofjack hoof stand is the ultimate hoof support system – supports the hoof while you work on the foot. Horses love the stable, comfortable support – fussy horses settle down and babies stand still.
Lightweight, tough, durable tool eliminates the need to put the hoof between your knees. Allows you to take your mind off your back and knees and put it back into your work. You can change your shoeing posture and stretch or readjust during work, all without having to drop the hoof.
Light enough to be easily portable, yet sturdy enough to handle the weight of the biggest horses. Disassembles for easy transport. Features a polyethylene base, post and nylon cradle that molds to the shape of the hoof, yet is flexible enough that horse doesn’t feel threatened. Also features a convenient 90 lb-pull magnet accessory that holds hoof picks, nails, rasps, nippers and more. Adjusts easily to different heights. Interchangeable cradle and straight posts – use the cradle for hind foot trims, picking and more; use the straight post with rubber cap to bring hind foot forward – rubber cap really grabs and holds hoof.
Accommodates ponies to small drafts/draft crosses up to size 6. Adjusts from 14″-22″H. Includes Standard base, 1 Standard cradle, 1 straight post with Standard rubber cap and instructional DVD. Made in the USA. Base features 3 year warranty against breakage by animal; all other components feature warranty against manufacturer defects. Will be drop-shipped from the manufacturer, please allow up to 1 week for delivery.
“Equine Innovations’ Hoofjack is, without a doubt, the one piece of equipment that takes the wear and tear off my body. Those horses with bad backends can create havoc with your legs and back. The Hoofjack’s cradle allows you to shoe these horses without pain or injury.”
Bob Smith, Pacific Coast Horseshoeing School,