Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: northern arkansas
Very nice job! I agree with what has already been said, back up your toe a little more and more bevel all around, even if the walls are not all the way on the ground, as weight is placed on the hoof, they do touch the ground and with them being flat filed like that it will lead to a lot of chipping, if you bvel it, there is less wall around the bottom to chip and pull away from the white line.
Again good job.
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