Ok so I'm not very sure about this. I don't have any pictures at the moment. I am getting our farrier out because Apache is due for a trim but he has cracks in his hooves. My other two don't get them generally and if they do occasionally get them its just a minor one on the surface. With apache though three of his feet are fine but his front right (especially lately) seems to always have cracks in it of some sort. At the moment he has one going almost all the way up his hoof, I think it is only a surface one but I don't like it (though I'm always being told I'm overreacting). It doesn't seem to bother him but it always seems to just be that one hoof that looks terrible. It always seems to have cracks up it and it tends to ....(only word I can think of) splay out at the end. He had shoes on his front feet when I first got him because he had "white feet" but my farrier took them off because he said they are unecessary and his last farrier had been putting shoes on that were too small. He has been barefoot ever since. My farrier has been trying to fix his feet but that hoof just looks funky to me. Anyway if that didn't confuse you. I have been told to just put oil on their hooves to stop them from drying out, is there anything else that I can do? His one hoof seems to be the only one that looks kind of bad.