Yes, your GutzBusta® hay net can be used with shod horses as long as precautions are taken to keep the feet away from the hay net. Just like you would do with any hay net from any supplier, you need to tie the hay net up higher (small, medium and larges), or put the hay net into a box or some structure that keeps the feet out of the net.
For round bales - unless your horse has its feet regularly trimmed and is therefore free from chips and splits, then it is recommended you must place a hay ring over the net. If your horse is shod, then you need a barrier between the horses feet and the netting. Also with horses known to be very investigative with their feet and paw a lot, it would be recommended to put a hay ring around these round bales.
GutzBusta use for small hooves or foals or shod horses.
When using any hay net, always take note of the size of your animals feet.
Most ponies feet are bigger than 4cm but foals and mini pony foals may not be. The last thing you want is your foal to get caught in a net.
Once your foals feet are larger than the net size then they are safe to be with a hay net at feet level like these 2 gorgeous stock horse babies.