Back feet just before trim, then Front feet just after trim.
Now this is what I am talking about. This photo was taken a few hours after his first trim. his stance has come down significantly and he is not on his back toes near as much.
A picture from the back of the hind hooves. The bulbs and hoof walls are so distorted. Look how that jets out.
Getting into the trim you will notice the bruising, which Janice is pointing to, the red streaking. That has to be painful!
I believe this is the Right Front foot, just before trimming. Notice how high his walls are and the condition of his frogs and large Bars.
Remington came in to AiryHearts Equestrian stables this afternoon with her previous owner Emily. We introduced him to some of the other horses and got him familiar with the arena while watching to see what condition his feet were in. Remington came to use because he was severely lame edging towards nevicular. He had a history of bad shoeing and LOF disease ( Lack Of Farrier). So what do we do? WE GET TO IT! right off the bat we assess his hooves and start trimming them to relieve some of the pain.