Originally Posted by DashforCash
He also stumbles alot I guess that's due to the overdue trim? And clicks his hoofs together at times is that normal?
Yeppers, his toes are so long he's tripping himself and stepping on his front feet with his back feet.
If you are going to keep shoes on him, you need to be on a schedule of about 7 weeks between shoeings. I say "about" because horses are individuals and some grow hooves faster and some grow slower. Set up your schedule depending on his foot growth rate, NOT on your finances.
Depending on where and how much you ride, you may want to consider keeping him barefoot. That involves quite a bit of consideration and if you are interested, do a google search for "barefoot trimming" to see what you need to do. Also, talk to your farrier, many are offering barefoot care these days.
There are pro's and con's to shod or barefoot, so do your research before deciding which way to go. But above all else, get someone out NOW to get those feet done!!