A horse's feet are a part of a horse's body. We cannot read your mind. If you don't give us a heads up that his feet were long overdue (which should NEVER happen anyway) and you are well aware of it, there is no reason for you to get defensive and angry. Not taking care of a horse's feet is just that. Period.
Overall, I would be most concerned with your horse's weak loin and top line. And heavy weight. Obviously though, those are things that can be improved with fitness.
Other than that, he might be a tad cow-hocked but that's hard to tell with the pictures. But I don't see any huge glaring issues.
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