This Percheron looks like his feet have not been well cared for and he has some flare making his feet irregularly shaped in the back especially.
My two questions are: (this one seems silly) Drafts are supposed to have normal-shaped feet in the front and back like regular horses, right? So our goal is to get rid of the flare and make them round and/or ovalish like a regular hoof?
And...I notice that the walls are proportionally much thinner in comparison to a regular sized horse's foot. Meaning if a smaller horse had a quarter to half inch thick wall, are draft horses supposed to have an inch-thick wall ideally? Or does their wall stay thinner in comparison to the size of their sole? Hopefully I worded this so it makes sense.