02-22-2012, 10:32 PM
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I found it difficult to get a good idea from the vid sorry. I think pics would be better. There's a link in my signature with some good tips for hoof pics. The problems I had were with the camera always moving, with the angles not being quite square, or if they were, fleetingly and I found it harder to tell balance. Also with pics you can go back & have a good look at a particular angle, make measurements, etc, which is harder to do with the vid. I also thought I was looking at befores & they were afters, & vice versa some of the time, because I was concentrating on the pic not the lable.
So anyway, you don't tell anything about the environment the horse works or such, but looks like a pretty reasonable trim, from what can be seen. Maybe a couple of minor imbalances. I would perhaps further address the flares & such, doing it from underneath mostly, as Missy explained.