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What is the use of a horseshoeing more or less bevelled?

What is the use of a horseshoeing more or less bevelled?
Hey Connor,
The bevelled toe helps the breakover and impact so the horse doesn't get "stuck" or "grabbed" in different footing.
~Carly
Hello Connor,
The bevelled outer rim along its entire length, which has the effect of favoring the departure of the foot in the propulsion phase and, above all, optimizing the rolling.
Bye,