- Horseshoe Dial with Gold Nails with Black Hands
- 18kt Yellow Gold Bezel and Stars on bracelet
- Hand Engraved Case and Bracelet
- Stainless Steel Bracelet
- ETA Quartz Movement
- Scratch-resistant Sapphire Crystal
- Water-resistant to 150 ft
- Crown on the Watch has a White Star on a Blue Background like on the American Flag
- Caseback is engraved with the Bohlin Seat Plate, the signature of the company since it first appeared on the silver-mounted parade saddles that Bohlin began building in the 1930s. The Bohlin Watch features a unique combination of the finest Swiss craftsmanship with the Spirit of the American West.
- A thousand years ago, horse owners began to protect their horses hoofs.
- Originally, booties were made from hides and woven from plants.
- In Roman times, leather and metal "hipposandals" fitted over the horse's feet and fastened with leather straps like the owners' sandals.
- Metal shoes began to be nailed to the horses' feet in the sixth and seventh century.
- Horseshoeing became a mainstream practice around 1000 AD
- Cast from Bronze, the shoes were lightweight and had a scalloped outer rim with six nail holes.
- As time passed, the shoes became more rounded, held eight nails and were slightly heavier.
- "Good Luck" began to be associated with shoes in the 13th and 14th centuries.