In an established herd, I don't worry about hind shoes being a problem. My TB needs them because of thin soles and walls, and he's turned out with four horses he's been with for 3+ years.
It's not all that uncommon for boarding barns to not allow more than private turnout for full-shod horses. I have two horses boarded at a facility that allows them on a case-by-case basis. My Reiner has sliders in the summer and is allowed because she's not aggressive in the pasture (alpha mare, no one questions her, and pinned ears would stop any horse in her field). However, there are a few very playful colts in a separate herd that would probably not be allowed to have hind shoes.
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