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post #21 of 68 Old 02-09-2013, 01:06 PM Thread Starter
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Here's some zoo
Dumb phone sole pics. Hate that auto correct.

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Ok I see sole pics aren't there.

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More pics.

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One more I swear this phone is a real pain.will use my desk top computer for next pics.

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Sole pics are front back front back. Never again will I do pics from phone.
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Did he not get around to the back feet then?? It's unclear from that angle, conditions, where they've come from, etc whether the front heels could be lower - although I'd like to see the bars trimmed, especially in light of the 'bullnose' appearance of the toe wall, but they don't look all that run forward to me. But it appears the backs haven't been touched aside from the toes & without further info I'm still pretty confident in saying heels are too long for him.
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lossie those back feet were trimmed on feb 5th his feet have been a mess for a while.Can do better pics if needed will use my other camera. Is it only one foot with bullnosing or a couple of feet? Neither one of the farriers touched those bars on his feet.
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The first one looks convex, but the other front may be a tad too. It would be good if we could see at least some of the leg that's above the foot, some different sole angles, as in from heel & side & better light - I know pics can be hard, especially with your fone!

Oh & assuming the extra heel height was necessary for some reason, I think the extra length shouldn't be 'carried' through the quarters.

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Ok i"ll get some better pictures of the fronts. Iam soooo frustrated with this farrier thing some times I wish I just didnt know any better. Off to get more pictures.
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