I trimmed Baby Girl's fronts today to the best of my ability. The wall is now level with the sole, I put in the air gap (again, to the best of my ability), and I rolled the toe pretty hard. I looked at my work, and thought, "My God. It's so short
. She's going to be sore!"
I rode her right afterwards. Not only was she not sore at all, she was gaiting better than she ever has before.
I don't know how/why trimming her made her gait so awesome -- most "traditional" gaited people insist on super long toes for a smooth gait. But this trim is really working for her!
I'll take pictures as soon as I can (it got dark today), but yeah. I was just happy.