Horses are energetic animals that love to move, run and jump.
In the wild horses can travel up to 30 miles (50 km) a day searching for food.
The health and vitality of a horse depends primarily on the amount it moves.
Movement is a prerequisite for good circulation and healthy growth.
Horse walkers are an ideal addition to any farm in order to balance out movement deficits and to allow controlled training of horses through walking or trotting.
Horse walkers are usually driven from the middle by a central drive unit.
KRAFT - Construction Styles
Ground Standing Horse Walker, round
The ground standing central drive holds the rotating arms and gates.
Ceiling Mounted Horse Walker, round
The ceiling mounted central drive holds the rotating arms and gates.
Rail-Gliding Horse Walker, oval, round, square or rectangular
Framework above the horses holds a continuous track. Mobile separation gates suspended from rolling mechanisms run along the track.
Ground standing horse walkers (round) with partial roofs protect horses against the wind and rain; the walkers can therefore be used throughout the year. They are designed for 4 - 10 horses and have a diameter of 39' to 131' (12 - 40).