plantar surface of the hoof
Corneous lower surface of the hoof in contact with the ground.
Natural groove separating the frog from the bars and the sole.
Strong thin corneous plate comprising the lower portion of the hoof and resting on the ground.
Corneous material making up the perimeter of the hoof; it is produced by the coronet and grows from 0.3 to 1 in a month.
Line of dense compact corneous material bringing together the sole and the inner edge of the wall of the hoof.
Front part of the wall of the hoof between the side walls and opposite the heel.
Side part of the wall of the hoof between the toe and the quarter.
Side part of the wall of the hoof between the heel and the side wall.
Terminal part of the wall of the hoof running along the edge of the frog.
Part of the hoof made of soft but strong corneous material located in the notch of the sole; it is used to absorb shocks and sense the terrain.
Rear portion of the wall of the hoof between the quarters and opposite the toe.
Corneous eminence ending at the frog and joining with the heel.