They are indeed in need of a trim, but it's not as bad as I envisioned by your descripiton. Not great, either. lol
The heels aren't crushed and underrun, but they are very long, the whole foot is, really. And thrushy..yuck!
If you have a good trimmer, and got some boots w/ pads, you could be looking at just a couple of months before the hoof looks a whole lot better. This guy does have some contraction going on, but bring that toe back, lower the heels to the correct height, and fix that thrush, and he'll be set up for good mechanics and on the road to healthier feet. If he's tender, use the boots and excerice him. If not, just excercise him as much as you can barefoot, and keep in a reasonably clean and DRY area as much as possible ( I count a hilly pasture a good clean, and "dry" area, as there are well drained areas, so clean and dry is subjective)