Welcome to Ground Control Horseshoes
Ground Control Horseshoes are made of a durable polyurethane material (just like skateboard wheels are made of) providing improved traction, shock absorption, and comfort for your horse. They are perfect for trail rides, parades, driving, showing, and just about any other equine activity.
They are also therapeutic, offering horses comfort for problems with the following: ringbone, navicular, founder, and other lameness issues.
Since 1999, my unique horseshoes have been used on horses all over the world. I personally designed them and they are manufactured in Boerne, Texas, USA.
~ Kristy McNelly
18 years, Ground Control Horseshoes have been used on horses in over 30
countries around the world for trail riding, endurance, driving, reining
(fronts only), barrel racing, jumping, breeding, showing, mounted
patrol, parades, harness racing, and on several movie sets and theater
stages, including the movie, Lincoln.
sends shock directly to the tendons and joints. So why do people still
put metal on their horses? Urethane is a better alternative. With Ground
Control Horseshoes, shock is substantially reduced, relieving stress on
tendons and joints.
Your horse will
grip solidly and move confidently with every step, from a paved road to a
concrete bridge. Without the worry of slipping, you (and your horse)
It’s the stuff
skateboard wheels and the space shuttle material is made of! They have
been used on long distance trail rides across the USA and can last more
than 400 miles.
After 5 or 6 weeks, the same shoes can usually be reset for a total of 12 weeks or more.
rolled toe eases break-over and provides improved movement. A recessed
nail channel gives multiple nailing options, yet keeps the nail from
contacting the ground. A frog support protects the soft tissue from
sharp rocks and stimulates the frog on
circulation and improving endurance. The open areas allow the sole to
breathe, while also providing easy access for cleaning with a hoof pick.
its flexible characteristics, you’ll never have to replace that shoe
your horse bent while pawing the fence, because it will spring back into
shape. The shoe also moves with the hoof as it expands when contacting
the ground, similar to a barefoot hoof.
have received hundreds of stories over the years from owners, farriers,
and veterinarians who have had excellent results using Ground Control
Horseshoes for treating horses with the following: Founder, Laminitis,
Navicular, Arthritis, Ring Bone, Coffin Bone Fractures, Stone Bruises,
and Soft Tissue Injuries.