He seems to be one of those horses to have a more upright FR and a more shallow FL. Also the FR seems to be a bit high on the inside. It could be caused by farrier's disease (right handed farriers tend to overtrim the outside of the FR, or a genuine "handedness" on the horse's part. It is something I would watch and try and work on. It may or may not be in the best interest of the horse to "correct" it. My horse has that exact pattern and is sore when I try and change anything. But your horse is younger.
I would start reading about High-low syndrome:
Institute for Equine Therapeutic Options - Kerry Ridgway, DVM
Of course pictures can be deceiving and there is no way I can say anything for sure from those pictures. But it looks to me as there is a mild case of high-low. This is not too much to worry about, lots of horses have that issue and are totally sound. Just something to not let get worse.
The hooves generally look much better and really quite healthy.