The EponaShoe is a flexible horseshoe made of modern composite polymers. It makes use of four types of polymer to create the most effective flexible shoe design ever. See all styles now.More
Most plastic shoes are either too hard or too soft. The EponaShoe is hard and stiff where the nails go, but soft and supportive under the sole.More
Our packing is a silicon-based two-part formula that can be mixed by hand. It includes special copolymers not found in other similar products, and has been "tuned" for the job of providing sole support for horses.More
EponaShoe is the premier composite shoe for the health and longevity of your horse. The lightweight construction of the shoe allows the horse to move with more natural biomechanics.
Our packing is a silicon-based two-part formula that can be mixed by hand. It has been "tuned" for the job of providing sole support for horses, especially when used with the EponaShoe.
Equibond has been used for years to apply horseshoes. Equibond is a two-part acrylic glue. A special "gun" is needed to apply the glue. Mixing tips screw onto the glue tube and mix the two parts as they come out of the tube.
Our Best Value! Includes 1 pr Open EponaShoes, any size; 2 lb. Packing; 1 Anti-bacterial granules; 1 tube Equibond glue plus 10 glue tips; and a glue gun. Everything to get started for just $199.00.
The use of Casting Hooks eliminate the need to have the casting material go underneath the shoe - hence the shoe’s traction is preserved and the casting material is not worn away on the underside of the shoe. EponaShoe’s test horses were able to keep the cast shoes on for a full 6 week shoeing cycle!
We offer several DVDs with information about our products and recommended uses. More details coming soon.
"My horse and I finished the 100-mile Tevis in 2007 in 19 hours in EponaShoes. Previously we had lots of foot problems (low heels, sore feet) on any rough surface. We have been in EponaShoes for almost a year. His feet look terrific and the heels are no longer low, and we are very happy being on Eponashoes."
Patty Hawes, Owner and Endurance Rider