That makes sense. I would think the better turnout is having good effects on his feet, which reflects the new, healthier, hoof growth. :) The more turnout and exercise he gets, the more blood flow circulates through his feet. His new hoof growth is right on track, nice and tight. His toes need to be backed up and his heels put back up under him in order to keep the new growth from pulling away. It's definitely an easy fix with the right trimming method, it just takes a while because a new hoof has to be grown out. Once the laminae stretches away from the hoof wall, you can't suck it back.
There on the tips of fair fresh flowers feedeth he; How joyous his neigh,
there in the midst of sacred pollen hidden, all hidden he; how joyous his neigh