Hi-Hog’s complete timed event box provides a safe starting point for your riders, horses and stock. The two stage roping chute, designed to handle both calves and steers, is manufactured using minimum 60,000 psi, high tensile steel tubing. Built to PRCA and CPRA specifications.
The spring-loaded release gate on Hi-Hog's roping chute can be quickly and easily released.
Stage One Roping Chute Specifications
- Outside width: 34.75"
- Outside width with tailgate open: 54"
- Width to pin centers: 30”
- Interior width below 35" height: 18"
- Interior width above 35" height: 28"
- Length: 100.5”
- Outside height: 67"
- Interior clearance height: 56.5"
- Weight: 568 lbs
- Item number: 1200
The release gate springs open and locks securely. This prevents the release gate from swinging back and adversely spooking your calf or steer.
The bottom half of the release gate is sheeted to keep feet contained. The top half of the release gate comes with open horizontal rails to keep your stock focused and facing down the arena.
Similarly, the contoured sheeting used on the bottom 35″ of both sides of the roping chute keep your stock facing forward with their legs and feet safely within the chute.
This chute comes equipped with quick access barrier gates on both sides of the roping chute. These quick access gates provide excellent access for attaching neck ropes or horn wraps. The simple but solid gravity locks insure that you can work efficiently and still be confident that your animals are securely contained.
The chute also includes a side man-gate which allows quick access for a stock pusher.
If you're on a budget you can create a simple lead-up alley by adding two, 8′ long x 5′ high, Corral Panels (item #760) or two, 8’ long x 5’ high, Heavy Duty Panels (item 820). A 24″ wide Alley Spreader with a Gate (item #3360) will hold the panels in position at the back of the roping box. Similarly, you can create the sides of the box with Hi-Hog's 10' and 16' Corral Panels or Heavy Duty Panels. Please note that these budget solutions do not meet PRCA or CPRA specifications.
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