Have a customer who's jumping horse tore the left hind off. There was nothing to nail to. The horse has very weak horn walls to begin with and jumping a big one this weekend. So only thing to do - glue on. I got a Dallmer glue on. It has a steel shoe to shape to the hoof, then screwed to a cuff which is glued to the hoof. It comes with glue, but I used Shoe - glue, much better than the stuff coming in the kit. Got the hoof cleaned up and shoe shaped to the hoof after which I screwed it to the cuff. I use the corner edge of the file to leave a rough finish so the glue bonds better. Once cleaned and ready, I shot out the Shoe-Glue through it's mixing tip and proceeded to apply to the cuff. Once glue applied I then set the shoe, making sure I had glue all the way back covering the heels of the shoe, and the top was sealed. Wrapped with plastic and let dry. Looked good. The glue when cured is more of a hoof color, but in the pics it is green.