It never ceases to amaze me how many stupid things people can do when it comes to keeping horses.
Keep on his worming schedule and run a few fecals on him about 2 weeks apart to make sure you get done what needs doing.
He has nice low hocks and knees and looks to have good bone. The cuts will heal.. and likely be cosmetic. Get some good hay in him.. or some alfalfa cubes or complete feed of some sort (if the hay is not so good).
Ok, Rebel's new life is just about to start. We're going to pick him up at 1 pm on Wednesday. His stall is ready and waiting for him and he's scheduled to lose his baby makers on Monday. :) Then we'll gradually introduce him to my other horse, Caly, in the outdoor arena for a few days. When they've decided they're buddies, we'll put him out in the big pasture with the other horses. And those poor hooves will be trimmed ASAP.