The Competition Horseshoe is a premiere Tournament horseshoe that pitches easily and holds more ringers for both Backyard and Pro pitchers alike.
If you were a fan of the now discontinued Tournament Diamond you will surely love the Competition Horseshoe by Omega!
The Competition’s advanced design possesses improved weight distribution with more aggressive calks plus true conformation to official opening dimensions. The finger positioner ensures your grip is consistent with each pitch and the ringer breaker will help hold ringers on the stake.
The Drop Forge Difference
Unlike most horseshoes made today of cast iron or low quality steel (that often easily crack or break) Competition Horseshoes are manufactured using the top-quality Gold Standard Drop Forge process with premium AISI steel. Forging produces a unique internal grain structure that endows the exceptional strength and durability the this horseshoe is famous for (not the air pockets and internal voids common to cast horseshoes that cause breakage). You pitch with quality when you Rise to the Competition! Learn more about Forging.
The Competition shoe is modeled after, and a replacement for, the Tournament Diamond that was discontinued. The Tournament Diamond was originally developed in 1970 and passed through several structural changes and improvements over the proceeding decades. IT has been pitched and promoted by World Champions as well as backyard warriors and league winners. Omega Horseshoe Co is proud to offer the Competition to past Tournament Diamond pitchers, and to anyone looking to "Rise to the Competition."
Posted by Unknown on Mar 27th 2022
they are perfectly balanced. flattest flying shoes i ever threw. now to find a way to keep them painted...maybe release out an anodized metal version?
Posted by Melissa on Aug 10th 2019
I got these because I couldn't get the tournament ones anymore and I love them!! I really love the way they turn and flip when they are thrown. They are worth every penny. I will be buying more for sure
Posted by curtis fox on Aug 2nd 2018
I pitch a 3/4 and a 1-1/4 turn shoe and this shoe feels and performs like I expected. Weight distribution is more to the toes than the Tournaments, and the shoe actually turns the last 1/4 faster. I like em.