Ok thank you think he might need to come and take a look then, they look like they are splaying out a bit, but I bet ill have to wait about a month for him to come out unless I can find a trailer and camp outside his house and beg his dad to come out, ( used to be my neighbours until I moved)
My farrier usually looks at them at a month and then we determine if they need regular attention. I like the farrier to handle them once a month - my farrier is very good - I bring the babies in, he lifts their feet and does a bit of filing if needed.
Good practice for them. If they need something done, then he will do it and we proceed from there.
My daughter's colt didn't have his first trim until he was over a year old - but he was recovering from an injury and the farrier didn't want to force him to stand three legged long enough to trim his feet. They never did get very bad, and when they were finally done, it only took just a bit of a trim. They were like iron! (Too bad his knee wasn't!)
My farrier looks at the babies every time he comes out. Sometimes they NEED it, sometimes they don't. Even if they don't really, he'll rasp the toes just a tad, to help get them used to it (at no charge)