Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, 3D view
Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, 3D view
HammerHead
Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, front, side and back
Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, front, side and back
HammerHead, front, side and back
Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, head detail
Mustad HammerHead hoof nail, head detail
HammerHead, head detail

Mustad HammerHead nail

Safely locked into the race shoe's crease

The HammerHead nail is specifically designed to fit all race plates. The distinct neck and head waffle design, combined with the exclusive Mustad Pitch technology, provides a safe locking solution into the shoe crease. A long and slim shank, to drive high when needed, provides an easy and strong clinching. The sharp, exact point ensures a consistent drive, minimizing the hoof wall impact to an absolute minimum.

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Product summary

Model
Race nail, with rectangular head shape and a long, slim shank
Type
wide, rectangular waffle head
Sizes
HAMMERHEAD0 (41mm) - HAMMERHEAD 2 (47.5mm)
Terrain
  • Turf/Grass
  • Stoney ground
  • Sand
  • Synthetic
Activity
  • Barrel racing
  • Cross-country
  • Endurance
  • Eventing
  • Flat racing
  • Harness racing
  • Rodeo Australiano
  • Show jumping
  • Steeplechase
  • Thoroughbred horse racing
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Good to know

  • pitched head allows for a near perfect drive
  • a perfect partner for the St. Croix Concorde range
  • the 3 sizes cover the range need for the racing sector
  • the head with its unique shape extends shoe life up 10-15%
  • only fits U-creased shoes
  • nail without neck
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Christoph Müller, farrier in Germany

This new nail helps a lot go my client to have better results with aluminium shoes

  • A passion for trotting horses

    The French farrier Pierre-Antoine Thinet

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    Pierre Antoine Thinet
  • Age is no barrier when you love what you are doing

    Carl O'Dwyer - Victorian, Australia Farrier

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    The Australian master farrier Carl O'Dwyer

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