Wall-Mounted Shoeing Stocks from Days Gone By
Editor’s Note: These are from an old Hardware catalog and the prices reflect the values of 1915.
The frames being hinged to the wall swing back out of the way when not in use, occupying only a few inches of space. A perfect automatic device to hold the foot perfectly solid in any desired position. Guaranteed not to skin or chafe the foot.
When rack is not in use the side rails can be taken out and set aside out of the way. The pulleys have a self-locking device holding the rope securely at any point. The horse can be raised or lowered in an instant, and any of the feet handled as desired.
It is simply constructed and can readily be put in any shop, regardless of height of ceiling or other dimensions. The roller can be easily removed, allowing frames to swing back against wall, where they take up no room at all. It adjusts itself to any size horse and takes but a few moments to fasten a horse securely. There is no chance for the horse to hurt himself or the smith.