This shoe is fitted further back than the toe of the hoof using reference marker; it has a squared toe and boxed lower surface (toe-lateral part of the toe and quarters) which means that the beginning of rolling motion and break-over are anticipated, both along the sagittal (toe-heel) and diagonal plane. The easing of break-over helps reduce tension on the deep flexor tendon, on the collateral ligaments and pressure on the navicular bone. The bar on the heels supports the hind part of the hoof on penetrable surfaces, preventing coffin joint extension (intolerance to dorsal (extension). This shoe is also useful to correct hooves with a tendency to long toe and low heels, to reduce laminar stresses on the toe and stressed white line. The seating-out on the inside upper surface helps avoid sole pressures. The holes are punched in such a way that the nails can be driven into the wall with the right inclination.