Two chairs are placed opposite each other and about five metres apart in the middle of the circle of viewers. Two people are chosen from the group to be JOCKEYS and they sit on the chairs. Both are blindfolded. Six or seven shoes are placed around the floor near the chairs. When told to begin, the jockeys must hunt for the ‘horse shoes’ and put them on the legs of their ‘horses’ (the chairs). The jockey to to have shoes on all four legs is declared the winner.
- Only one shoe can be carried at a time
- Either player may rob horse shoes from the others horse, unless the other jockey is sitting on the horse