If your farrier's not going to be away more than a few weeks or so, I wouldn't stress too much about any of it.
Originally Posted by MyBoyPuck
Since he's a TB with the classic thin walls, I opted to not trim knock down that flare from the top and just keep rolling the toe from underneath as it grows. Seems to be paying off.
Yeah, nothing to do with being TB IMO, but I wouldn't back up/thin walls to address flares too far up on any horse. I would address that toe a lot stronger though, to relieve the leverage working against it. While your pic isn't squarely side-on, you should get the idea of the blue line being approx where I'd trim, with the green line indicates about where the toe wall should be/will grow in if not under pressure. On the solar shot, the line shows about where I'd start a strong(about 45 degree) bevel.