Horse & Rider - - Special Advertising Section - www.hoof­jack.com ( 208) 278- 5283

Any­one who’s ever cared for horses’ feet can tell you how phys­i­cally de­mand­ing it is. Bear­ing all that weight on your back and knees while sup­port­ing each hoof can lead to aches, pains and per­ma­nent in­jury over time.

That’s why far­rier Kevin Keeler de­vel­oped the light­weight, durable Hoof­jack® hoof stand. De­signed to take the weight com­pletely off of the hoof care provider, it has the ad­van­tage of also be­ing more com­fort­able for the horse. No more leg pulled out to one side to ac­com­mo­date the care­giver’s po­si­tion; now a horse can rest his weight on the stand di­rectly be­neath him. And we all know that a com­fort­able horse is also more likely to be a co­op­er­a­tive horse!

The Hoof­jack® comes in mini, medium, stan­dard and draft horse sizes—there’s even a geri­atric model. It is height ad­justable and out­fit­ted with a webbed cra­dle for work­ing on the bot­tom of the foot, as well as an in­ter­change­able straight post with rub­ber cap that en­ables the foot to be brought for­ward. An­other plus: The base fea­tures two strong mag­nets for hold­ing your tools. A free in­struc­tional DVD is in­cluded and is also avail­able on­line.

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