Stall Jack

Just arrived in stock today. As an alternative (or in addition) to an anvil, the stall jack is relatively light and very portable.   Farriers can easily carry the stall jack in between horses when shoeing at, for example barns or racing stables. The stall jack allows farriers to shape shoes - opening or closing …

Horseshoe nails

Some of the most popular horseshoe nails in New Zealand are also the brand leaders in other western countries too. E-head nails (including E slim) are the most used. These are a multi-purpose nail and suit our horses and many of the shoes we use here in Godzone. The e head nail usually fits into …

Hoof silicones

Further to my post last week about the MV2 bi-density hoof pads and sillicone, here's some a slideshow showing how to use the system to apply different hardnesses of silicone to different parts of the foot for therapeutic uses. MV2 bi-density hoof pads and silicone