I'm looking around and if i had the money i'd move him back to where he was a few years ago but unfortunately they are a little pricey for me right now.
He's rarely in the barn, although when he was sick he was inside or out by himself, so that's probably a month of either in the stall or out in the round pen.
I agree about more hay needed. When it was very cold last week and they threw hay they put it so far into the field that the horses (who were all slightly tender footed because of the frozen mud) wouldn't go get it, Phoenix was the only one who did, so he had the whole pile to himself.
The grain is not a sweet feed thankfully, he's been on sweet feed before and he was a nightmare.
He doesn't have thrush, he has pretty good feet and me, i make sure his feet are picked and i apply apple cider vinegar to them once a week to keep the thrush at bay. His legs are so muddy though, it's so hard to get that stuff off.
He hasn't looked this bad in the 5 years i've had him and i feel it reflects badly on me, i feel like i'm letting him down.