I know... Her nutrition is currently just grass hay and a few hours a day of grass... The grass here is really like... Um rich and there's lots, I guess, so I try to limit her, because I figure she is probably very prone to lami. Her mother had to be put down because of it, and her hooves have that look about them, if you know what I'm trying to say lol. I have her on Horseshoer's Secret as a supplement and some grain to cover up the taste... She hates it haha.
The thing is that I live like 3 hours away from a vet and the closest vet is not.... Well, lets just say not the nicest, or easiest person to get along with. Not to mention over the top expensive. Like when she first was limping and I got an x-ray on her hooves and he just sat there and complained the whole time that I was taking up his time for nothing and that there was nothing wrong... Well there was something wrong and then he charged outrageously. I try not to go there very much.
Our farrier is also our trainer and he was the one who originally discovered the prob... he's very good with the horses and he's so nice and honest. I'm sure it's not a farrier problem, he put special shoes on her for free when he first found that she had thin soles because he felt bad since she was in his training at the time.
I'll try to get pics up in a day or two, wed. I'm going to be gone so maybe it won't be for a while... I'll try to remember to do that though. Thanks for the info and the site!