This shoe, with its V-crease in contact with the frog, contrasts the rotation of the coffin bone if the horse suffers from laminitis. The full bar and V-insert in contact with the frog support the weight, thus reducing the tension on other structures in case of caudal cracks, weak and oblique heels. The toe is squared and boxed to anticipate break-over, thus reducing the tensions on the deep flexor tendon, on the inferior check ligament, and to protect the sole. The V-insert helps avoid any contact between the frog and the ground, preventing the former from expanding if the coffin bone is fractured. The V-insert has an opening so that the shoe can be widened or tightened. The inside upper surface of the toe is seated out in order to avoid pressures on the sole. The long fullering on the heels allows for extra nail holes. The holes are punched in such a way that the nails can be driven into the wall with the right inclination.