St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, bottom side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, bottom side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum, front and hind, bottom side
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, hoof side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, hoof side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum, front and hind, hoof side
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, hoof side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum horseshoes, front and hind, hoof side view
St.Croix Eventer Aluminum, front and hind, hoof side

St.Croix Forge Eventer Aluminium

Grip, weight, high performance

The design of the St. Croix Forge Eventer aluminium horseshoe is the same as that of the standard steel Eventer horseshoe, except that it is forged in aluminium. The use of aluminium has made it possible to reduce the weight, compared to the steel Eventer horseshoe by around 70%.

Additional steel insert has been added in the toe for enhancement of durability.

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Product summary

Product group
Aluminium riding
Model
Front & hind symmetrical
Clips
Front side clips, Hind side clips
Sizes
Front 2*0-3, Hind 2*0-4
Activity
  • Barrel racing
  • Combined driving
  • Cowboy mounted shooting
  • Cross-country
  • Cutting
  • Endurance
  • English pleasure
  • Eventing
  • Field hunting
  • Fox hunting
  • Horse showmanship
  • Leisure
  • Mounted games
  • Reining
  • Rodeo
  • Saddle bronc and bareback riding
  • Saddle seat
  • Show hack
  • Stunt riding
  • Trail
  • Vaulting
  • Working cow horse

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Good to know

  • Full Heel Support for a better hoof support
  • Concave section provides better grip and prevents the build-up of earth and sand
  • Also perfect for rehabilitation and horses sensitive to strain or loading injuries
  • Limits overall weight when pads or silicone are provided
  • Not available in hind toe clip version
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Jörgen Nordqvist, farrier in Sweden

I can’t stand to see horses with movement problems, knowing this could be prevented

  • A passion for trotting horses

    The French farrier Pierre-Antoine Thinet

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    Pierre Antoine Thinet

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