This horseshoe was found near the Celery Farm.
What kind is it? And is that good luck, bad luck, or neutral?
A couple of answers from readers:
Bar shoes are commonly used in corrective shoeing, to help support the heels.
Corrective shoes for horses. Who knew?
In a "Regular" shoe, with the heel facing up, the luck is supposed to not fall out. In this shoe, the bar prevents the luck from falling out, so I think the answer is: "Neutral."
Thanks, everyone. Check out the next Monday Morning Mystery for Part II.