from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Noting an abnormal standing position of the horse in which the phalangeal bones slant downward and outward from the fetlock, causing the fore feet to stand too far apart. The foot-axis from in front is broken inward at the fetlock-joint.
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Pair of fore feet of base-wide form in toe-wide standing position 591 4.
(toe-wide) standing position, shod with a plain "dropped-crease" shoe to prevent the toe cutting (interfering).
-- Pair of fore feet of base-wide form in toe-wide standing position.]