Horseshoes kept as talismans are thought to collect goodluck. Some traditions hold that the horseshoe should be stay upright to "hold" the good luck, while others hold that it should be upside down, to "pour" good luck on its owners.
The exact reason for why horseshoes are associated with luck is unknown.
When kept as a talisman, a horseshoe is said to bring good luck. Some believe
that to hang it with the ends pointing upwards is good luck as it acts as a storage
Mar 15, 2011 ... A Saint Patrick's Day staple, horse shoes have long been associated with good
luck although there's an ongoing debate over the proper way to ...
The horseshoe is considered very lucky and used to be hung in many homes to
protect and attract good fortune for the family residing inside. As with many ...
The horseshoe superstition is one of good luck and good fortune. The way the
horseshoe is hung and displayed varies. Origin dates back to Saint Dunstan ...
Feb 13, 2013 ... It is believed that the good luck powers of the horseshoe originate with the story
of a blacksmith named Dunstan. The Devil came to Dunstan ...
Jan 13, 2014 ... Interesting history, but why is the horseshoe considered lucky? Why do we see
them hung over barn doors and along fences? There are a ...
Mar 11, 2015 ... When making our latest Email newsletter, there was a discussion and
disagreement at Transmet whether a horseshoe should be hung with the ...
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Nov 13, 2012 ... and other blacksmiths legends such as why do blacksmiths tap the anvil between
blows and why you will go to hell for tapping on an anvil for ...
Good Luck Horseshoe - Why is the horseshoe a Lucky symbol? Which way
should the horseshoe hang? Horseshoe symbolism. Horseshoe superstition.