An experienced, professional horseshoe player does not have to actually see clearly where he or she is throwing the horseshoe. It is as though the horseshoe thrower can feel where the horseshoe is supposed to go. The distance, angle, and velocity at which the horseshoe is thrown, becomes a part of the horseshoe player’s very being. I realized this phenomenon many times and tested my theory as I played horseshoes in the dark. Some may think it is luck that I can throw well in the dark; however, the quantity of successful dark throws contradicts this completely false and ridiculous assumption. Some may claim that my idea of successful horseshoe throws is an inaccurate quantitative measure of what is in actuality a successful throw, that my horseshoe throwing is never good whether in the light or in the dark. However, this assumption is based on completely false and inaccurate data. Nobody who makes such statements has seen me play in the dark, and how could they see where my horseshoes were going anyway if it was too dark to see. The only way they could tell is if they had the horseshoe sixth sense which allows expert horseshoe throwers to estimate blindly where their horseshoe is going as accurately as they do.
The horseshoe sixth sense does not come immediately to the novice horseshoes thrower, but is developed over long periods of time. It is a language that one must learn, the language of the horseshoe. If you are real quiet and listen very closely you can sometimes hear the horseshoes whispering. Some people think that I am crazy for talking to horseshoes, and blasphemously claim that horseshoes do not speak, but their lies cannot influence the steady mind of the horseshoe whisperer. So next time you are throwing horseshoes, or are just sitting around your house without any friends, because you are a nerd and nobody likes you, just sit quietly and listen to the horseshoes. Hear what they have to say. Learn their language and become one with them and soon the crowds will flock to you; you the horseshoe champion.
Anyway, as one who has learned the language of the horseshoes, yes, I am the horseshoe whisperer; I can confidently claim that I can throw horseshoes in the dark. I know my horseshoes game and my horseshoes. I know where they are going and how to get them there, whether it is in the light or in the dark. I can sense where the horseshoes are going and where they need to go. When I played horseshoes in the dark, the only guidance I had to where they were going, that is when I had guidance, or physical visible guidance that is, there was a small sparkle or reflection of light off the tip of the pole in the horseshoe pit. You had to bend over slightly and look very closely to see it or it would be drowned out in the darkness. Before each throw I would listen carefully to the horseshoes whisper and whisper something in return to guide the horseshoe safely to its http://www.thehorseshoepit.com