I know that his feet aren't all that bad but I am determined to find the right farrier to give my 19'year old Haflinger a proper barefoot trim. Every farrier I've used takes off all the hell and leaves the toes so long. Well, hopefully this new farrier checks out, so far I like her ALOT. But, others opinions are very much welcomed.
I'm going to post pictures of when I first got him when his feet were OK. Still not great but hell of a lot better then when my old farrier took over and completely took off his hell and left his toe too long. So this is a progression/critique thread for whoever would like to join in.
These pictures are from around August from when I first got him. His feet weren't the best but were a lot better then how my farrier left them recently.
Here is a bad picture of how long his toes were recently before I had this new farrier trim him.
And here is his new trim that was done on Thursday. I know we aren't back to normal yet but little by little she is fixing his feet. (I hope!!)