Two Mustad Concave hoof nails
Mustad Concave
Mustad Concave hoof nails, front and side
Mustad Concave
Mustad Concave hoof nail, head
Mustad Concave

Mustad Concave nail

Angled head for optimized driving

The name suggests the fit of the nail head when it is set into the shoe, flush with the ground surface. Having the extra length in the blade and reducing the outside angle of the head provides the perfect opportunity to maintain pitch and achieve the nail height you want.

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Product summary

  • A slimmer blade allows an easy drive with less hoof displacement
  • Pitched head gived a great range when nailing
  • 1.29" longer than equivalent size in the ESL range making it a great choice when using pads
  • Perfect for Concave, Equi-Librium and Eventer shoes
  • Nail without a crown
  • Turf/Grass
  • Pavement
  • Rock
  • Sand
  • Barrel racing
  • Carriage driving
  • Classical dressage
  • Combined driving
  • Dressage
  • Endurance
  • English pleasure
  • Eventing
  • Field hunting
  • Fine harness
  • Flat racing
  • Fox hunting
  • Harness racing
  • Icelandic equitation
  • Leisure
  • Pleasure riding
  • Polo
  • Show hack
  • Show hunter
  • Show jumping
  • Steeplechase
  • Thoroughbred horse racing
  • Vaulting
  • Pleasure driving
  • Trail
  • Trail riding
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