Stand-Alone Horse Vibration Plates by Vitafloor

While Vitafloor is most widely recognized for the vibrating stall units found in countless veterinary clinics and equine rehabilitation centers throughout the world, the stand alone VMC units have become incredibly popular among equestrians and trainers because they are small and affordable without compromising the refined vertical vibration unique to Vitafloor. These economical and conveniently sized compact platforms still utilize the same advanced veterinarian researched vibration technology Vitafloor invented specifically for horses nearly two decades ago.


Payments starting at $124 per month

Vitafloor VMC

NEW!!! The Vitafloor VMC is the most compact Vitafloor to date. The brand new Vitafloor VMC is the smallest Vitafloor available and combines a superior upwards vibration with smaller size and budget. It measures 35’ by 79’ (90 cm x 200cm) and uses a standard electrical outlet (110V for North America and 230V for rest of the world). It is made of durable materials and comes with adjustable feet and a water resistant control box with variable frequency control. It can be supplied as a stand-alone plate only, or optionally also with our lightweight aluminum side bar system, which includes our safety click system for the front and back bars. This system is unique to Vitafloor and the safest on the market today. All you need is a solid level surface and an outlet to plug in the control cabinet and you are good to go.

“I had the privilege of using a Vitafloor while stabled in Belgium in preparation for the 2014 World Equestrian Games. I was hesitant about my horse being nervous but he very quickly accepted the sessions and was soon leading himself onto the floor! Vitafloor helps keep my horses comfortable in ways that I can’t. The vibration penetrates much deeper than any icing technology or massage and treats the whole body in every session. In addition to the physical benefits, the horses love it!”

Laura Graves
Cross Ties LLC
International FEI Competitor and USDF Gold Medalist

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