Unfortunately I'm familiar with this sort of thing
One very good reason why it's good to learn more than 'the basics' about hoof care. Traditionally, yes, if you ask a vet, more than likely a horse with that degree of founder, they would say it's 'incurable' but these days, horses such as this are being returned to health & soundness regularly.
This horse suffered a big laminitic 'attack' a month or few(probably few) back and has what looks like severe 'rotation' of P3. While it's hard to tell from these pics, it appears the hairline at the toe is quite low, which indicates there is unlikely to be much in the way of sole covering the tip of P3 - could even have penetrated. If this went on for long, the tip of P3 will be lost and if too much of it is worn away, the horse may not be able to be rehabilitated, but if it wasn't too bad, with good management(likely intensive for a while at least) it could grow nice feet again.