How To Build Portuguese Horseshoes Box

What does a horseshoe kit contain?

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How do you play Portuguese horseshoes?

The rules are simple — and may vary depending on who’s playing. If a washer makes it onto a box top, the team scores one point, two points if the washer ends up hovering over the puka (hole), and three points for a hole-in-one.

How far apart are the stakes in horseshoes?

1. Stakes are placed 40 feet apart. 2. Stakes should extend 14 to 15 inches above the pit surface.

What is Podagee horseshoe?

Page 1. WasherToss2.com ©Vorticy. Hawaiian Washers Rules. Hawaiian Washer is commonly referred to as “Portuguese Horseshoes” in Hawaii or “Podagee” (Pidgin is the creole language of Hawaii so “Podagee” for Portuguese and the hole is called the “Puka”).

What is a Podagee?

Adjective. podagee. things related to or from Portugal, used mainly for Portugal-related things found in Hawaii.

How do you use a 3 hole washer?

Each player will throw their washers from the same side, to the opposite board. The first player will throw their 3 washers; the second player will then throw their 3 washers to complete one round. After all washers have been tossed, and scores are noted, players will move to the opposite board to continue play.

How deep should the sand be in a horseshoe pit?

Pour five bags of play sand into the pit area and smooth it with a shovel or a board. This should make the sand about 2 inch deep all over the pit.

What are the dimensions for horseshoe pits?

In a “regulation” pit, horseshoe pit dimensions require stakes be exactly 40 feet apart. Those stakes should sit within a box that—while at least 31 by 43 inches—measures no larger than 36 by 72 inches. Common horseshoe pit dimensions for backyard play is 36 by 48 inches.

What is the best material for a horseshoe pit?

Each properly constructed court should have suitable, well maintained fill material in the “pit” area surrounding the stakes. Actually, any loose or putty-like material will suffice but the most effective material is common blue clay (aka blue shale, soap stone, etc.). Another common material is sand.

Where do you stand to throw horseshoes?

Always pitch from the same side of the stake at both ends of the court, i.e., if you stand to the left of the stake at the south end of the court, stand on the left at the north end. One of the most popular methods of stance is with the left foot six or eight inches back of the right.