Thank you very much for the explanation! That was very helpful. You're right about the shoulders being tight. I've actually had a cemt (i think those are the correct initials) out recently to work on him and the chiro is coming on wednesday.
Princess, he's closer to 4-5 weeks because his hooves grow so quickly. 4 in the spring and summer, 5 in the late fall and winter. I know going to long between trims definitely didn't help. It was terrible timing between the farrier moving and finding a new one to come out. The 4-5 well schedule was perfect for the high-low and he was always within 3 degrees.
Oh, one thing I do remember is that the most recent farrier mentioned something about his angles and said he was at 49 & 52 and that after the trim he was at 50 & 50.5ish. Does that sound right?
Btw, loosie, the first pc is the lf and the third you posted is the rf. Posted via Mobile Device