I have had my gelding since he was born, he is now 6. At the walk his legs go straight for the most part, his hooves are positioned more inward this is how he has always been and my vet doesn't ever bring it up. How ever when he trots his back hooves cris-cross. Rem is very active and loves hauling butt around the pasture and sliding and has never had any issues, or injurys. However a lady pointed it out and said if I ever starting working him he would hurt himself (although he already does a lot).
My vet just said to put splint boots on his back legs when working.
Can/should this be fixed?
Does anyone have experience with this?
Sorry no pictures.
I don't have a problem with the 'looks' I am not a competitor but I don't want him to hurt himself.