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. 
 
*Magnet Not Included*
 
Features:
  • 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:
 
Color/Material:
Heavy Duty Black Composite Base
(Note: downloadable resource image shows is a generic document and is not for color purposes)
 
Dimensions:
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Note:  Image color for standard in downloadable resource document is outdated
 
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My son is a farrier and he chose this stand--a birthday gift from me. He perfers the Hoof-it brand for quality plus he
perfers buying items made in the United States; so do I.
clarence e on Feb 1, 2016
It looks that it will help me with my back
Juan A on Sep 29, 2014
Saves my back.
Dee V on Feb 27, 2015
TOO OLD TO HOLD THE FOOT UP ANY MORE :)
ken g on Sep 13, 2014
Does the cradle drop lower than pictured when the stand is in use? Seems like the cradle would be in the way. Also what is the lowest setting for the unit.
Emily B on Sep 27, 2014
Best Answer: The cradle and rubber-tipped post in the center are two separate pieces. The post is on a pipe that slides within the larger cradle pipe. The black band you see in the photo is actually an adjustable clamp that you tighten to hold the cradle tube at the height you want. I often remove the cradle tube when I trim my shortest horse and just use the post tube in the lowest position. The post tube by itself can not be used in a higher position without the cradle however. All in all I have been very happy with the stand. It is extremely stable and durable. I believe there are stands that may be more suitable for small horses or ponies.
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Does the cradle drop lower than pictured when not in use? It seems like it would be in the way when using the stand. what is the lowers setting of the unit?
Emily B on Sep 27, 2014
Best Answer: When dropped all the way down the center will be about one half inch above the lowest part of the cradle, at the lowest point its around 17 inches from the ground. I some times use it while cleaning feet, My farrier used it last time he was here and said he liked the height adjustability. I hope this helps. Eva
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