Yes, he definitely need to be cleaned up. His white line is stretched(all the flaring as a result). How long has this particular farrier been doing his feet? Did anything change about his turnout/feed/anything different happen 3~ months ago? Do you see that growth ring on his front feet about half way down? Do you see how the top half is a better matching angle to his pastern than the bottom half? The laminae in the bottom half, due to the stretched white line and flaring, is pulling away from the hoof wall. This can cause discomfort. The laminae is like velcro holding the hoof wall onto the hoof capsule. The top half is growing in tighter which means he's growing some healthy hooves. But the flaring and long toes need to be addressed to keep them healthy. It's like a trickle effect, the long toes and flaring. It alters the overall condition of the foot and not just the bottom.