Horse Shoes Toss Rental

Product Specifications:


Dimensions (L x W x H): Variable
Power Requirements: None
Players: 4

Horseshoes (Indoor or Outdoor)

Day Rate: $100

Horseshoes is a classic carnival game rental, played by taking turns throwing a horseshoe at a stake in the ground. This fun lawn game rental is great for kids and adults, and can be enjoyed at just about any event. This Horseshoes rental is perfect for festivals in Lufkin, church group outings in Barksdale AFB, fairs in Sugar Land, lawn parties in Friendswood, carnivals in Fresno, and all sorts of other wild occasions. We’ve rented out Horseshoes to many different types of events around Houston and the surrounding area, and they’re virtually always a hit.

Here are the official rules, but most of the time, we’ve found that players just want to have a good time and see who can get the most ringers!

Horseshoes rules:

There are two ways to score: by throwing “ringers” or by throwing the horseshoe nearest to the stake. A ringer is a horseshoe that has been thrown in such a way as to completely encircle the stake. If both of one player’s horseshoes are closer than the opponent’s, two points are scored. A ringer scores three points. In the case of one ringer and a closer horseshoe, both horseshoes are scored for a total of four points. If a player throws two ringers, that player scores six points. If each player throws a ringer, the ringers cancel and no points are scored. If two ringers are thrown by one player and one ringer by the opponent, the player throwing two ringers scores three points. This is typically called “two dead and three” or “three ringers three” for score keeping purposes. Such occurrences are called “dead ringers” and are still used toward the pitcher/ringer average. Back-yard games can be played to any number of points that is agreed upon, but are usually to 21 points, win by 2.