He is very cute, have a different farrier other than the one you are using, look at the angles on those hooves. Just to be on the safe side, you don't want to lose anytime riding this cutie because of a bad trim job. I am not an expert, but he looks prone to navicular to me, that is a big headache but best to catch it early, lots of problems can be avoided.
Our new farrier looked at him and these were in may! He looks alot better. And The farrier said if we start correcting him now there wont be any navicular problems in the futture.. My other mare is navicular but has a great shoeing job that makes it un noticable. No navicular in his breeeding either all are known for good legs and feet.
Just a baby.