Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, bottom view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, bottom view
LiBero front and hind, bottom view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, top view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, top view
LiBero front and hind, top view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, 3D bottom view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, 3D bottom view
LiBero front and hind, bottom view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, 3D top view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, front and hind, 3D top view
LiBero front and hind, top view
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, difference in front shapes
Mustad LiBero horseshoes, difference in front shapes
Differences in front shapes. Left(green)=toe clip, Right(orange)=side clips

Mustad LiBero

Versatile Shoe for Leisure and Sport

The Mustad Libero is a 3/4 fullered all-round horseshoes based on feedback received on our very successful LB range. The main objective of our team of designing experts has been to respect the natural shape of the hoof, providing the best support and protection for the horse.

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Product summary

Model
Front & hind, left and right shapes
Clips
Toe clip, side clips (Blunt toe), Quarter clips (Round toe)
Sizes
000 - 6
Weather
  • All weather
Terrain
  • Turf/Grass
  • Pavement
  • Stoney ground
  • Sand
  • Synthetic
Activity
  • Camargue equitation
  • Draft
  • Draft horse showing
  • Dressage
  • Icelandic equitation
  • Leisure
  • Pleasure riding
  • Show jumping
  • Pleasure driving
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Good to know

  • Section-To-Size: dimensions change according to shoe size
  • Follows the asymmetrical foot shape. Front and hind have a definitive left and right shape
  • Slope heels for front shoes, upright heels for hind shoes
  • Edges are rounded or boxed
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Grant Moon, farrier in the United Kingdom

The past craft traditions have never been so important to the horse but when combined with science the horse is the winner

  • Every horse deserves the best possible shoeing

    German farrier Errol Wernike shoes 400 horses

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    Errol Wernike's anvil and hammers
  • Old family business, modern vision

    Christoph Schweppe, Master farrier and teacher in Germany

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    The German farrier Christoph Schweppe forging a horseshoe
  • An old profession in a modern way

    Stéphane Bréhin, farrier in France

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    The French farrier Stéphane Brehin at work
  • Join forces, learn from each other!

    Douwe Dokter, a Dutch farrier

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    The Dutch farrier Douwe Dokter shoeing a horse

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