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Hoofjack For Sale

The Hoofjack hoof stand is an innovative tool that holds a horse's hoof so you don't have to. They make lives easier for horses as well as horse owners, farriers, veterinarians, or anyone else who might have to pick up or handle a horse's hooves. A Hoofjack holds and supports a horse's hoof at a comfortable, adjustable height, whether the hoof is picked up and extended forward, or bent backward at the knee or hock. They come in several sizes (with each size being adjustable) to accommodate everything from miniature horses to draft horses. For more information on the Hoofjack please scroll down beneath the Hoofjacks for sale.

Below: A Standard size Hoofjack shown with the hoof cradle.

A Hoofjack with cradle


About the Hoofjacks for sale below:

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Hoofjacks - Good Things To Know Before You Buy

The HoofJack is designed to hold and comfortably support a horse's hoof through all phases of trimming, shoeing, treatment, or daily care. It has a wide, sturdy base that supports one of two different included accessories: a post to hold the hoof while extending the leg forward, or a cradle to hold the hoof while bending the leg backward. A knob on the side of the base can be loosened or tightened to easily adjust the height of the post or cradle, and also allows them to be changed from one to the other in seconds.

The base of the Hoofjack has two large, round magnets to hold rasps, nails, hoof picks, or other items that may need to be kept handy.

Below: A Hoofjack hoof stand with the post attachment, leg extended forward. You can see one of the magnets, facing toward the camera, holding tools.

A Hoofjack with post accessory

 

Below: A Hoofjack with the cradle attachment, leg bent backward. The Hoofjack can hold a hoof completely hands-free, and allows the person to change their posture without having to put down the hoof.

This Hoofjack is holding a horse's hoof

 

Below: Another look at the Hoofjack while using the cradle attachment.

Farrier using a Hoofjack to support a horse's hoof

 

Below: A Hoofjack (on the right) with the post attachment, and one of the two magnets facing toward the camera holding a rasp.

A green Hoofjack showing one of the magnets

 

Hoofjack Uses

The Hoofjack.com website describes a few possible uses of the Hoofjack as: 

 

Hoofjack Sizes

The Hoofjack hoof stand comes in several different colors, and in the following sizes:

For complete information on the Hoofjack sizes, please see this page on the Hoofjack website: Hoofjack hoof stands.

 


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