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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horseshoes

Horseshoes is an outdoor game played ... the United States, maintains an up-to- date set of rules, guidelines and specifications for the game on their website.

www.horseshoepitching.com/gameinfo/backyard.html

... your kids or neighbor without constructing a professionally designed regulation court. ... Read the NHPA Rules and the court construction articles on this website before ... Check out the pictures and sources for professional horseshoes too.

www.horseshoepitching.com/notices/RGSBook.pdf

PLAYING RULES – This section explains the playing rules of horseshoes and ... guidelines, but cannot return to the Junior Cadets, once this declaration has ...

www.livestrong.com/article/204029-the-rules-distance-of-horseshoes

In this game, the object is to throw your horseshoes closest to a metal stake. The National Horseshoe Pitchers Association provides rules and regulations on the ...

entertainment.howstuffworks.com/backyard-fun-games/horseshoes1.htm

Horseshoes: Rules and Regulations - Ringers, pitching and dead shoes -- the sport of horseshoes has a colorful language all its own. Learn about the rules and ...

www.csuci.edu/recreation/basichorseshoerules.pdf

Basic Horseshoe Rules. The Courts. 1. Stakes are placed 40 feet apart. 2. Stakes should extend 14 to 15 inches above the pit surface. 3. Stakes may be inclined ...

www.sportsknowhow.com/horseshoes/pit-dimensions/horseshoe-pit-dimensions.html

Mar 31, 2015 ... See 3D Horseshoe Pit Dimension Diagrams, Size, Measurements. ... Horseshoe regulations call for the platform to extend 18 to 20.5 inches in ...

goneoutdoors.com/official-backyard-horseshoe-rules-6747629.html

The game of horseshoes is governed by the rules of the National Horseshoe Pitcher's ... use in their backyard horseshoe pit are a mixture of the official NHPA rules and adaptations ... Rules & Regulations for Lawn Bowls · How to Play Croquet.

www.fgbradleys.com/rules/HorseshoesOfficialRules.pdf

Jan 1, 2004 ... Dimensions - A horseshoe court shall be a level rectangular area 6 ft wide .... All new courts shall be constructed using the guidelines in Rule 1 ...