There are certain things, yes. Like I said, post in the hoofcare section. Pics of the horse, his hooves, taken from ground level, in hard, even ground, to see the angle, and from the sole. That way people get an idea of what is really going on. Also info on what type of hay he's getting(possible that, if he's overweight, he needs the hay washed to get rid of the sugars).
He also might need his hooves trimmed a different way, might need certain supplements.
There is a lot to take into consideration, but it's not rocket science and can be done, and is certainly not cost-prohibitive.
So, see you over there, hopefully