COSTIN HORSESHOE – SIZE 4 FRONT PACK OF TWO SHOES
PACK OF TWO COSTIN HORSESHOES
SIZE 4 FOR FRONT HOOVES
Size 4 fits hoof width of 125mm/4.92 inches
Refer sizing guide to select correct size, if between sizes, go up
DESIGNED & DEVELOPED: IN AUSTRALIA
We advise that you measure all 4 hooves to check sizing before ordering every time you order in case the horses’ hooves have grown?
Shipping will be arranged for you by way of courier/Post.
As shipping varies from country to country, please place international orders, ie outside New Zealand, via email so we can advise exact shipping prices.
The Costin Horseshoe is a polyurethane horseshoe, designed and developed by Master Farrier Steve Costin, in Queensland Australia.
- Fitting Method: Nail shoe on or glue it on or both
- Fitting Process: Easy to fit, watch our video. Instructions included with order.
- Training: Instructional videos provided online, further training available by request
- Suitability: Suitable for all horse breeds and all equine activities
Surfaces: Suitable for soft (grass, sand) and hard surfaces, especially effective on rough terrain, uneven surfaces such as road, gravel, cobbles, rocks and slippery surfaces
The Costin Horseshoe presents impressive improvements and advantages over both metal shoes and other plastic horseshoes while offering significant benefits to farriers, owners, riders, trainers, breeders and horses.
- Polyurethane shoe, designed to replace steel and aluminium shoes
- Farriers: easy and faster fitting presents significant time-saving and labour cost saving benefits
- Owners: cost-savings delivered through durability and competitive pricing savings
- Breeders: safeguards and preventative measures against risk of injury to the horse through increased flexibility, unique design features and increased durability
- Trainers: the lighter weight significantly increases performance
- Riders: greater traction, less slipping, improves rider confidence, may reduce risks and improve overall performance
- Horses: improved comfort, condition and wellbeing, especially in relation to shin soreness