ProWalk Horse Walkers

ProWalk Manufacturing Company, Inc. is dedicated to providing the horse industry with the best quality system available for exercising. Using a unique drive system, the ProWalk Horse Walker combines power, durability, safety, and convenience for both the animal and trainer. Each part of the ProWalk Horse Walker system has been refined to meet the expectations that should be demanded of a quality product.

Our business at Alternate Elements is to provide customers with upto date information on ProWalk Horse Walkers and allow the purchase of these walkers online for delivery anywhere in the Continental USA. We have been selling ProWalk hot walkers since 2003 and we are the largest ProWalk dealer in the USA.

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ProWalk Superior Walkers

Designed for the equine hobbyist or small horse farms, the Superior horse walker is available in lead shank or free style models. The Superior Walkers come with an electronic controller that provides variable speed (0 - 6.8 mph) and reverse. The drive system consists of a 1.0 HP motor and a standard gearbox with a belt drive. The Controller is completely pre-wired with a 55' wiring harness and requires a 110 VAC outlet (non-gfci). ProWalk provides a 5 year warranty on the chassis and one year on motor and gearbox.

ProWalk PRO Series Walkers

Specifically designed by ProWalk for the professional horseman. The ProWalk PRO Series 4 and 6 Horse Walkers have a Controller with variable speed (0-6.8 mph) and reverse, plus a heavy duty gearbox and a double belt drive system (except model 143-HD). Overall diameter of 30' to 42'. Lifetime warranty on the chassis and one year on motor and gearbox. The Variable Speed Controller is completely pre-wired with a 55' wiring harness and only requires 110 VAC. Safety release cables are provided on each arm.

ProWalk Free Style Walkers

The professionals choice in Free Style Walkers. These models have a Controller with variable speed (0-12 mph) and reverse, plus a heavy duty gearbox and a double belt drive system. Overall diameter of 50 to 70 feet. Lifetime warranty on the chassis and 1 year warranty on the motor and gearbox. The variable speed controller is completely pre-wired with a 55' wiring harness. Models are available with Divider Gates and/or Inner and Outer containment panels.

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Benefits of a Horse Walker by ProWalk

Time management is critical to the modern horse industry. No matter if you are a breeder, trainer or simply an owner looking to keep your animals fit, time is always an issue. Originally used only to cool horses at the track, today Horse Walkers are used by savvy professionals and owners everywhere.

Warming up and cooling down horses before and after training, exercising stall bound animals such as stallions or mares close to foaling, conditioning horses coming back from injuries, and conditioning horses when riders don't have the time are the most common uses. Used on level ground and at varying speeds and directions, the operator can set the pace and direction needed by the animal or animals being exercised.

Lead shank or free style, ProWalk has been making Horse Walkers since 1983. Using only new parts machined expressly to their requirements, these tough machines offer a lifetime chassis warranty. ProWalk models are reversible so the animals will not develop unevenly due to traveling only one direction. With variable speeds, they start without sudden jerks and can operate from a walk up to 6.8 mph. giving the operator the most options to benefit his or her animals.

Automatic horse walkers can be set up on a property and fit anywhere from around 6 to 12 horses on them, with horses in individual bays. Being electronic, it's possible to adjust the speed of the walker to increase the pace that the horse is working at. The changing of direction is also possible to make sure the horse is worked evenly.

It is possible to have the horses loose in the bays, which are large enough for the horse to change direction when necessary. It is also possible to attach ties to clip up the horse if this is wanted, rather than having the equine loose in the bay.


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