Here's the facts:
The farrier came to visit yesterday, and we rode the horses today. William was fine with the new trim, but Sam's feet look over-trimmed. He was tender-footin' the whole ride, and I was scared to do anything faster than trot for his sake! We looked at his feet, and the hoof wall is so short on the right foot now, the sole is what he walks on. His left front sole is level with the hoof wall, and he didn't favor that foot (the left one). He's also a TB, and he's flat- footed in the front. Back feet - perfect .
If you need any other info to help you help me solve this problem I might be able to give other info. I want to know how long it will be before we can gallop comfortably again (Well, before his feet were too long :roll: ), if his feet will be okay in two days (we want to go for a trail ride thursday) and if there is anything I can do. Any help is needed, wanted, and appreciated! Please help!!!! I'm desperate! (okay, that remark was over the edge .)