JTI Brass Hoof Gauge

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JTI Brass Hoof Gauge

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Brass Hoof Gauge
 
Assures correct balance of horse's hooves before shoeing.
Solid Brass.
Item Number Model Number UPC
BIF06 79-444-0-0 688499155328

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Needed this .
Amy T on Mar 16, 2018
to make sure angle is staying.
Tina T on Aug 22, 2017
Needed this .
Amy T on Mar 16, 2018
Looks like it will last. Knowing the angle of the hoof wall is very important in the barefoot trim methods. This will help keep my horses at the right angle.
Marty B on Jan 28, 2018
to make sure angle is staying.
Tina T on Aug 22, 2017
Because I need one!!!
JANET R on Jul 20, 2017
Keeping a hoof level is extremely important so a good gauge is always needed.
Carla K on May 11, 2015
Looks like it will last. Knowing the angle of the hoof wall is very important in the barefoot trim methods. This will help keep my horses at the right angle.
Marty B on Jan 28, 2018
Because I need one!!!
JANET R on Jul 20, 2017
what is the hoof gauge for?
A shopper on Jun 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a great question. Not all farriers use a gauge, which when placed flat on the hoof will tell you the precise angle of the toe. When trimming, the gauge helps you determine how much more to take off. I've only known farriers who shod gaited horses to use a gauge. Hope this helps! Happy trails...
what is the correct degree for a good balance in the hoof ?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: GENERALLY the correct angle will be just under 50 degrees on the fronts, and just under 55 for the hinds, but this does vary from foot to foot. Each hoof should be trimmed with the conformation of that foot in mind.
will this work on a pony hoof?
ponies on Jan 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't think so. It's large, and I don't think a pony hoof will fit the form properly. Should seek out your farriers advice though.
Is there a hoof gauge for draft feet? I have one - but it really is too small - just barely reaches the heels of my Haflinger.
SUSAN R on Oct 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have not seen a hoof gauge for a draft. A drafts hoof isn't cut to be a certain length like a regular quarter horse let's say. There hoof is around 32 in the front and 35 in the back. A draft hoof is cut to the white line and rasp the hoof to be smooth and round. Hope this helps alittle bit.
What size is this gauge?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The hoof part of this gauage just rests on the bottom of the hoof and the rest is adjustable to the angle that you are looking for. Generally on most horses except the gaited ones it ranges from 50-54 degrees depending on your horses conformayion.