Glushu Philosophie

GLUSHU Philosophie

... all things being equal, same durability, same performance, same protection etc, would you prefer to drive nails into a hoof to apply a shoe or merely glue on a shoe with absolutely no need to compromise the integrity of the hoof ?

GLUSHU Philosophie

... wenn alles gleich wäre, gleiche Haltbarkeit, gleiche Leistung, gleicher Schutz usw, würden Sie es vorziehen, Nägel in einen Huf zu schlagen oder den Beschlag einfach aufkleben mit keinerlei Notwendigkeit, die Unversehrtheit des Hufes zu stören?

Das Team von GLUSHU International aus Tilburg / Niederlande glaubt, Sie würden Letzteres antworten und lädt Sie ein, mehr über die Philosophie hinter den GLUSHU Pferdebeschlägen zu erfahren:


Is there anything more valuable than peace of mind when it comes to the health and happiness of your horse? Here at GLUSHU we know that ultimately, all horse owners want, is to protect their cherished horses

No hoof, no horse. 

ex_1As horse owners when we see horse shoes being nailed into horse's hooves, there is something that instinctively feels wrong. Ideally we would prefer not  to shoe horses at all, after all nature has already done such a great job. However this is not an ideal world and many horses do need the extra protection of a horseshoe,strengthening and supporting the hoof whilst giving it the wear of a metal shoe. GLUSHUS are the closest thing to a natural hoof there is


Thanks to GLUSHU horse owners no longer need to agonise over the pros and cons of shoeing or not shoeing. GLUSHU offers horse owners an alternative solution to nailing that is durable, non invasive, quick and easy to apply. As a result The GLUSHU is now being seen as an important addition to the Farriers tool box. 

There has been a definite shift in horse owner’s attitude to conventional horse shoeing. Glue on shoes are no longer inferior to nailed on shoes. Cutting edge engineering and glue technological advances have given horse owners the confidence to use glue on horse shoes as an everyday alternative to nailed on shoes.

We are by no means detracting from the benefits of shoeing horses, all we are saying is surely there is a better way to apply the shoe. Are you on board?