Go ahead and laugh. We never have had to shoe our horses and rarely have to trim their hooves. Their hooves are in beautiful shape.
It's too bad that your ignorance is making it so you cannot appreciate one best horses out there. I don't have the time to argue with people who don't want to believe what is right or see the good in one little horse. It's sunny outside and I am not going to waste my time arguing and I am going riding.
I don't have time for trollers. I hope that one day you'll see something good in all horses like me and a lot of other horseman's do.
No one is saying there is anything at all wrong with YOUR horse. But you are being naive. Blazer horses are not a "breed", and the registry is a joke. Both of those are an unarguable fact, but neither of them are anything at all personal against you or your personal horse.
My personal horse is an Araloosa that can go places and do things most horses don't dare dream of, but I am not so naive as to be blind that he is a conformational nightmare, and is so ugly he is (almost) cute - he is a cull from my Araloosa breeding program from a sire and dam that just didn't mesh...a failed experiment if you will. He is an Araloosa - not a "breed", despite the fact that I could register him as an Appy with ApHC. People that have known me for years have heard me say many (no doubt to them too many) times that I don't consider ApHC as a breed registry either...because it is not.
So...I can't speak for anyone else, but I am not picking on the Blazer registry because I say exactly the same thing about my own registry - the ApHC, and I have Appys. A registry is a registry, but not all registries are BREED registries. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it is most likely a duck, but if it has 4 legs, teeth, and hair instead of feathers, it is probably something else...