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HorseShoes For Life Rubber Horseshoe and Pitching Station Demonstration

Horseshoes For Life is proud to present a video demonstration on how our patented rubber horseshoe and pitching station can add value to your recreational program. This video demonstrates the benefits of our products in a wide variety of facilities.

Horseshoe Pitching Tips For Beginners-Turn Shoe Slow Motion

This video is for the be Shoe ginner struggling with developing their turn shoe. I deliver 8 turn shoes in slow motion. I shot two videos and I split screen them in slow motion so you can see where my hand is throughout my delivery. If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments section. For those players that are more skilled than me with the turn shoe, feel free to correct what I might be doing wrong. I too am here to learn as well as teach.

Horseshoe Triceps | 3 Unique Tricep Variations w/ Jason Poston

In this video, Prosupps athlete Jason Poston shows us three unique tricep variations he likes to do when he's looking to build that horsehoe defined tricep. Try them for yourself!

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Horseshoe Pitching Tips For Beginners-FLIP GRIP

If you are just starting out and trying to progress rapidly with your horseshoe ringer percentage please SUBSCRIBE and RING THE NOTIFICATION BELL to get really good tips to help you avoid bad habits and pitch great shoes, fast. I will be doing many more videos trying to help out only beginner players.

How to Achieve the Horseshoe in your Triceps

Part 2 of our tricep breakdown is here! In this video we'll be showing you some of our favourite exercises to target the medial head of the tricep.

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How to become a Farrier - The next generation of Horseshoe-Makers | Equestrian World

Farriery or the shoeing of horses is an ancient trade that dates back to the Roman empire. A Farrier is a skilled craftsperson, capable of making shoes to suit all kinds of horses and their working conditions.

Since 1890 Farriers have to pass exams to be able to practice professionally. To learn more about the training process of how to become a Farrier, we traveled to Myerscough college in the North West of England to find the next generation.

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2019 World Horseshoe Pitching Men's Championship round final day highlights & final game

Includes the following from final day of Men's Championship 8/3/2019 (NO SOUND):

-End of game 14 of 15 with Dan Watson (AL) beating Gale Greene (VT) to keep 1 game behind of Alan Francis (OH) before their final game matchup

-Standings after 14 of 15 games played in championship round

-Most of full game for 2019 championship game, Alan Francis 14-0 (OH) vs. Dan Watson 13-1 (AL) (far right court) (also includes Gary Bearpaw (OK) trying to stay in 3rd place vs. Gale Greene (VT) on court next to them

-Scoreboard for end of final games

FINAL 2019 Standings for Men's, Elder's, Women's
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Men's Championship Finals game by game record:

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Making a horseshoe heart! Clarissa's Metal Art

Clarissa showing us how she makes a heart out of horseshoes.

Making a horseshoe ring puzzle

Making a horseshoe ring puzzle from some horseshoes, chain, and a steel ring. The object of the puzzle is to remove the ring from the chain between the horseshoes.

How to Pitch Horseshoes - Rules and Regulations - Walter Ray Williams, Jr. along with Walter Ray Williams, Jr. present this clip for anyone wanting to learn How to Pitch Horseshoes. To purchase this DVD or download the 76 minute video visit:

Antique Horseshoe Restoration. One Month in Evapo-Rust!

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Please welcome my fresh restoration, this crazy old Horseshoe which been sitting in the ground for who knows how long!

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Catch And Cook: 450 Million Year Old Living Fossil - Horseshoe Crab

Catch And Cook: 450 Million Year Old Living Fossil - Horseshoe Crab
The original plan was to do some Blue Crabbing. This would give me a break from fishing and I would also be able to clear out some fish carcasses from my freezer so I could get some ice cream.

Unfortunately, the Blue Crabs were nowhere to be found. Fortunately, a cooperative Horseshoe Crab cruised by and volunteered to be in my video. Horseshoe crab fossils have been found in strata dating back 450 million years ago. The only place that I have seen these eaten were in South East Asia. One of the common recipes seen at the markets was a Horseshoe Crab salad (Yam kai meng da). They basically roast the Horseshoe Crab, dig out the roe and fat and mix with Thai Mango salad. This is all put back into the shell of the crab. Bon Appetit.


The Car - 1997 Honda Civic Hatchback DX
The Motorcycle - 1997 BMW F650

The Kayaks
1) 2010 Wilderness Systems Tarpon 140.
2) 2012 Hobie Adventure Island w/ Outboard Motor Mount
- 2010 Suzuki 2.5 HP 4-Stroke Outboard
- Lowrance Hook-5

The Rods/Reels

1) 7' MH Shimano Teramar, TMS-X70MH, Line Wt. 10-20lb, Lure Wt 1/2-1 1/2oz, Power: Medium Heavy, Action: Extra Fast
- Penn Conflict 4000
- Power Pro 20lb
- Power Pro 10lb
- Andes 15lb pink mono

2) 7' H Shimano Teramar, TMS-F70H, Line Wt. 15-20lb, Lure Wt 1/2-2oz, Power: Heavy, Action: Med Fast
- Penn Conflict 6000
- Power Pro 65lb

3) 5'8 XH Shimano Treval Jigging Trigger Rod, TVC-58XH, Line Wt. 80-200, Lure Wt, 160 - 270grams, PowerExtra Heavy
- Shimano Torium 16
- Power Pro 65lb

4) 7'6 M Hurricane Calico Jack IM7, CAJ-457, Line Wt. 8-17lb, Lure Wt 3/8-3/4oz, Power: Medium
- Shimano Solstace 4000 FI
- Power Pro 20lb

5) 6' Ande Tournament Stand Up Rod, ASU-601A SDRMH, Line Wt. 20-50, Power: Medium Heavy
- Shimano TLD-30A 2-Speed
- Power Pro 65lb

6) 6'6 Shimano Trevala, TVC-66MH, Line Wt. 50-100lb, Jig Wt 50-100g, Power: Medium Heavy, Action: Medium Fast
- Abu Garcia 6500C3
- Power Pro 30lb

7) 7' Shimano Trevala, TVC-70ML, Line Wt. 20-50lb, Jig Wt 55-135g, Power: Medium Light, Action: Medium Fast
- Abu Garcia 6500C3
- Power Pro 30lb

Plus a few other misc saltwater rigs that are used sparingly and some Bass rigs which I won't use in salt water.

Cast Nets
-5' 3/8 Plastic enclosed weights
-6' 3/16 Super Spreader SS-1000 1 lb per foot
-7' 3/8 Mako 1lb per foot


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How to Pitch Horseshoes - The 1 1/4 Turn Release - Walter Ray Williams, Jr

How to Pitch Horseshoes Movie -Lesson Four featuring Coach Walter Ray Williams, Jr. along with Walter Ray Williams, Jr. present this clip for anyone wanting to learn How to Pitch Horseshoes. To purchase this DVD or download the 76 minute video visit:

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How to Pitch Horseshoes - Rules and Regulations - Walter Ray Williams, Jr.

How to Pitch Horseshoes - Getting the Shoe to Turn - Walter Ray Williams, Jr.

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Legendary horseshoe pitching champion Walter Ray Williams, Jr. explains every aspect of this fun and challenging sport. He works with players of various skill levels, and provides them with all the techniques, tips and strategies needed to become better players. Walter Ray also details various scoring methods and rules used when competing in league play and tournament matches. This comprehensive Video is a must-have for anyone serious about pitching horseshoes!

About the Coach:

Walter Ray Williams Jr. is a nine-time World Champion in horseshoes (three junior titles and six men's titles). He is a member of the National Horseshoe Pitching Association Hall of Fame and has won many other titles in the sport. He is also a champion Pro Bowler and is currently the leading money winner of all time on the Pro Bowler's Tour.

Horseshoe Pitching Split Screen

Northern Illinois Horseshoe League/Ringers Vs The Crew

Rob Hughes' Underwater Revelations on Horseshoe Lake.

Team Crafty Carper's Rob Hughes and Jerry Bridger visit the Carp Society's Horseshoe Lake for 24 hours. Rob dives with the Horseshoe carp in the weedy summer bay and makes some startling discoveries to aid their fishing approach. Check out September's Crafty Carper magazine for the rig & baiting approach that did the business.

Friday Freakout: Horseshoe + Bag Lock = Double Malfunction!

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*** What happened ***

As they exited the plane this jumper’s deployment bag came out of their container and gave them a horseshoe malfunction. They realized their pilot chute was still in the BOC and deployed it in an attempt to remedy the situation. Unfortunately, the pilot chute failed to extract the main, resulting in a SECOND malfunction! This time the jumper was faced with a bag lock. They cutaway their main, regained stability and deployed their reserve.

*** Why did it happen ***

The Horseshoe

This malfunction occurred because the jumper exited the aircraft in a manner which scraped the back of their container across the side of the aircraft. This may have dislodged the pin, or it could have exposed bridle which then caught air and dislodged the pin. Either way, the deployment bag left the container with the pilot chute still inside the BOC.

The Bag Lock

In this scenario, the bag lock was almost certainly the result of the horseshoe. When the jumper deployed their pilot chute it got caught up in their lines and almost certainly prevented the bridle from being able to extract the main.

*** How could it be prevented ***

The Horseshoe

The easiest way for this jumper to have prevented this malfunction would have been for them to make sure to rotate their container away from the side of the plane when exiting the aircraft. Sometimes jumpers are rushing to get out and they forget this basic rule!

The Bag Lock

This bag lock was likely due to the horseshoe. So, preventing the horseshoe would have probably prevented the bag lock! It should be noted, however, that bag locks occur for many other reasons. Line stows that were left too long can lock one another off, a stow can get pulled into a grommet, a pilot chute can be in need of replacement, etc. A majority of bag locks can be easily prevented. Proper packing is the first step: ensure your line stows are the proper length, double-stow your rubber bands, don't leave too much excess, etc. Additionally, ensuring that your gear is in good working order plays a role because a worn-out pilot chute may not have enough drag to provide for the proper extraction of a main.

*** Additional Note ***

In this video the jumper did not have an RSL or a Skyhook and, after cutting away, took a significant delay before pulling their reserve handle. In this case the individual had plenty of altitude to enjoy a short belly jump. However, there have been incidents where a jumper took the time to get stable in an attempt to ensure a clean reserve deployment and their delay resulted in serious injuries and death because they didn’t realize how low they were. Typically, if you’re going to cutaway you should go to your reserve immediately.


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Horseshoe Lake Cliff Jumping



Music: Elle Goulding Lights (Bassnectar Remix)

Cliff Jumping at Horseshoe Lake, Jasper Alberta. Just a few clips of cliff jumping during our trip to Brule. I would recommend this spot to anyone!

Horseshoe crab exhibit

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

Forging a Knife from Horseshoes

This knife's 100% eBay charity auction is completed. $102 was raised for the fight against cancer, thanks to you!
Horseshoes. A knife with a serviceable edge is forged from a horseshoe by forge welding 1075 steel to the shoe. It doesn't all go as planned but persistence pays off. Make one. Do it yourself. Now!

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1. What is 'clod-wrestling'? - Futzing about uncontrollably; gesticulating dangerously with little effect. Redneck a'gooberin.

2. Can you forge me a Snuffleupagus knife? - Are you asking if I can forge you a knife with which to kill the imaginary Snuffleapgus from Sesame Street or just make you a knife with his profile on the handle. The former, yes. The latter, I can, just ask for a Horse Head knife (see video).

3. Horseshoes are real and they go on horse hoofs, ya dummy! - Makes me wonder about nailing my shoes on every morning and prying them off with a hammer every night.


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Horseshoe Tips For Beginners-Rhythm

This video demonstrates an essential part to every pitchers routine. If you don't have good rhythm in your delivery you will struggle to have a consistent shoe. The key to good rhythm is knowing when to start your step. If you start your step to early, you will have already planted your foot and will need to pitch the shoe with muscles rather than momentum. If you start to late you will need to hold onto the shoe for a split second longer which could cause you to lean forward in your delivery. both of these issues will greatly reduce the likeliness of the shoe being accurate to the stake. Practicing your timing can be done on a rainy day indoors even without a shoe in your hand. have you ever released your shoe and just knew it was going to be a ringer? Most likely you felt your timing or rhythm was spot on. I hope this video helps you recognize when to start stepping. i have help a few people and almost every time they were stepping to early. Stepping at the wrong time can make your shoe wobble in your backswingwhich will make it harder for your shoe to be released contolled. Please feel free to ask any questions you have. I'm willing to help you if this didn't answer all your questions or created more questions for you.



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