Originally Posted by KyMoMoF3CuTiEs
I wondered the same thing that is why I took the photo, but if you look where there is the three of them brushing her is doesn't look like that. Also, I watched her and she shifted and it didn't look like that so I think it was the way she was standing and the photo too. We go back Saturday to ride more, I will get more photos!
Not sure, they still look dropped to me in the brushing photo but it could be fixed with consistent, decent trimming so long as the tendons haven't been damaged from too long with poor hoof care. I strongly recommend getting her checked over by a good vet before you buy, it's heartbreaking enough to be told that a horse you like and are looking to buy is not suitable, but it'd be a lot worse to buy one and get to know it then
find out it has to be retired as a pasture puff or, worse, PTS.