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    08-30-2011, 12:28 PM
  #11
Green Broke
The first and last pics with the large frogs look very nice and healthy (tho certainly needing a good trim as others mentioned)

The back feet don't look matched though- the left foot and pastern look more upright than the right foot. Maybe it's just the angle of the photo?
     
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    08-30-2011, 03:06 PM
  #12
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Evilme-I sent you a PM (private message) please read.
     
    08-30-2011, 10:49 PM
  #13
Weanling
I agree with everyone else. These hooves really aren't that bad. Just need a couple of good trims and a little patience. My horse's looked pretty bad when we got her back in March and just had her trimmed today. I attached a few pics so you can see what is possible....

Still have a couple more trims but you can get the picture. This is only one hoof but they all had their problems.

Before last trim-

Bailey :: frontbottom.jpg picture by jessmuth - Photobucket

Bailey :: frontbottom.jpg picture by jessmuth - Photobucket

After trim-

Bailey :: frontbottom.jpg picture by jessmuth - Photobucket

Bailey :: frontbottom.jpg picture by jessmuth - Photobucket
     
    08-31-2011, 04:30 AM
  #14
Yearling
[QUOTE=smrobs;1155047]I believe that the one hoof with the smaller frog is actually a back foot, the 2 with the nice, wide frogs are on the front feet./QUOTE]

Yeah, I really almost positive also that its a back foot too. You can see they are more pointed in the top veiw pics. It really doesnt look like its been trimmed two weeks ago. I had to reschedule my farrier appt for next week (making it going on 8 weeks, and they really arent as long as that yet. Id say that's around 13 weeks since a trim.). But its not bad! Like everyone said a good farrier will have him all evened out and fixed up in probably one visit

BailyJo, wow! Farrier did great work!

Here a before and after of a mini pony family rescued. She had only one trim a year before we got her,but she's still sound! But she still need a couple more trims before her hoof is perfect...:
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