Balance and break-over are key features of this shoe. The Equi-Librium is a sport shoe for performance horses that have to make fast turns in their work. This shoe can also benefit horses suffering from an overload injury of the distal limb in their rehabilitation process. Key features include: A definite left and right shape, the outside branch is slightly longer, with the nail holes punched a fraction coarser for optimum fitting and nailing on. An extra wide toe area forged with a 2 dimensional convex curve allowing the horse to fluently breakover in any direction required. A perfectly balanced hoof created by matching the centre of mass of the shoe to the Centre of Pressure (CoP) during mid-stance. The inside edge on the ground surface has a balanced concave section in order to reduce weight. Both the concave section and the crease do not run through the heels in order to improve support during landing and to provide a perfect base for stud holes. Having full heels also gives the farrier the option of forging a variety of innovative alternatives in the heel area of the shoe. Broken edges, sole relief and flush clips are standard features on all shoes.