How Much Does it Cost to Shoe a Horse?

A horseshoe, usually made of metal, is designed to protect the the wall of the horse’s hooves and toes from wear and tear.  Attached to the surface of the hooves, these horseshoes are nailed or glued to the hoof wall.  This will prolong the amount of time that you can spend riding the horse.  Depending on the purpose of your horse and the type of work it does, the shoeing will protect the muscles, tendons, and bones from injury.  The cost to shoe a horse is going to depend on the professional you use, the materials, and geographical location.

Old Shoes by sk8geek, on Flickr
Old Shoes” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by  sk8geek

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