First and foremost, it's crucial to consider the entire horses hoof. Ensuring an appropriate match, the length of the nail should align with the thickness of the horse's hoof wall. If the nail falls short in length, it may fail to penetrate the horn adequately, resulting in subpar horseshoe attachment. Conversely, a nail that proves excessively long can potentially inflict discomfort or harm upon the hoof's internal structure.
Commonly utilized in the United States is a city head nail. These Nataure Flex Horseshoes offer significant customizability. The key is to securely seat the head into the recessed part of the shoe, ensuring a strong clinch. If the available half moon shapes are insufficient, you can employ a hot pritchel to widen them as needed.