Originally Posted by existentialpony
My shod arab tightrope walks in front when his (1) toes are long (heels start to run under) and (2) his inside hoof grows faster/wears slower than the outside, causing one of his legs to appear a little pigeon-toed. He has two very different front feet. I am constantly searching for a farrier who can help me with this problem... I have a horse who walks straight after a trim, and 4 weeks later returns to the tightrope walking. Is this at all similar to your issue?
Honestly he hasn't been walking straight even after a trim. Very weird. He still isn't 100% yet, but he's better. I will keep you posted.
I wonder if it's a conformation issu.