Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Spring Hill Florida
• Horses: 0
Hmmm. I can't tell enough from those pics. The way the picture is taken it looks like the heels arelong. It would tell more if you took a picture from the back of the foot , get the trimmed surface to photograph like looking across the rim of a glass. Then one standing from the side with camera on the ground and parallel to the hoof. If you take a picture of the sole, try to get the camera parallel to the sole, for example, your pics look like they're taking a pic of the sole tipped and getting more of the backof the hoof.
If you trim, pay attention to the angle of the pastern/hoof because sometimes when one wants to bring the heels back too far in one trim, you end up with a too-low angle.
I would treat the parts of the hoof wall that looks like it's being eaten away, it may be some whiteline.
How long ago were those feet trimmed?