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HOOF-it's New Blacksmith Pro: A model for hoof care professionals. 

 

Made in the USA! 

Have you ever wanted a single-unit post AND cradle hoof stand that is durable and easy to use? 

  • Built rugged for the professional
  • 2-in-1 post and cradle design 
  • Rubber non-skid base *Built rugged for the professional
  • Use for top and bottom of the hoof
  • Supports the horse so you don’t have to 

One unit that makes it easy to work on both the top and bottom of the hoof without stopping to swap out parts, or to another stand. We've invented and field-tested the new Blacksmith Pro-Model Hoof Stand and are manufacturing it now in the USA!

We have designed the PostCradle© to hold a hoof on the post end with minimal to no cradle interference. The cradle supports the horse’s hoof while you are working so that you don’t have to hold the hoof and work at the same time. 

The PostCradle© is built with a durable inner foundation with a supportive thick rubber boot to absorb shock and assist grip. The Blacksmith base is a heavy-duty yellow composite base with a thick rubber non-skid boot that keeps it from slipping. It was built for stability, workability. The support wings provide optimal stability, and the hexagon shape ensures that it will not "roll-a-way" if tipped over. 

Our mission is to refine, invent and create durable tools and accessories with your wants and needs in mind.
 

Get your HOOF-it Hoof Stand now!

What our customers have to say about the HOOF-it Hoof Stand - Black Smith Model: 

" I like it better than its competition stand because you don't have to replace the rest when you work on the hoof wall, just turn the stand a quarter turn et voila! It's very lightweight! Good solid construction and stands very solidly on the ground, never had it tip by accident. Highly recommend." - Marie

"I love it, and so do the horses. Time-saving and back-saving". -Rebecca Wyatt

"Absolutely loving this Postcradle. So much easier to just have one thing and not have to switch out! The horses really like it too, and find it very comfortable to rest on". -Robin Nafshi