Thanks guys, I was thinking the same thing. I just wasn't completely sure so decided to get some second opinions.
Can you post photos of his feet?
^^ Rear [these [pics are from a week and a half ago, he was just coming off an abcess]
What's his trim schedule like?
He was trimmed on June 4th but was very overdue
He was then trimmed again on June 10th by someone else to make it easier for him to walk, he was tripping pretty bad
He was then trimmed on June 22nd by a very well known and liked farrier that put rear shoes on him to fix the crack in his left hind
We are in the process of fixing his hood angle and getting his feet back to where they need to be, slow but steady process.
Have you changed farriers, or feed lately?
Yes I did change farriers. He was being trimmed by a farrier his old owner had and now he is being trimmed by a farrier that was recommended to me by both my trainer and the owner of the place I board him.
What are you already feeding him?
He is getting 2 flakes of high quality hay, 3lbs complete senior feed and 1 scoop msm morning and then 2 flakes of high quality hay, 3lbs complete senior feed night.
He is a TB and I have been told by multiple people that he has thin hoof walls, not uncommon in his breeding, so I know he is pretty sensitive as it is. He has no thrush I have checked for it, he is on dry ground right now. I am going to wait on the shoes cause I really would rather him barefoot, I don't like using shoes. I am also using hoof heal on him which has turpentine and linseed oil and such in it. We racked his pasture to get as many rocks out as we could and plan to do it more thoroughly again on saturday, I think that may help as well.
Hope I answered all your questions :]