Right. I know you appreciate this Cherrij, but for the sake of others & continuity... Pics & 'markups' can never give a really accurate idea, given pic angles skew things, it's hard to tell depth, balance etc for sure, and that's assuming pics are the best possible to assess(as per link in my signature). Pics that are slightly skewed angles, obscured by grass, on uneven or soft ground make it far more difficult to assess. Not to mention with horse in hand, in person, you can see the way they move, stand, etc. Therefore, my lines & most comments should only be taken as a rough idea and not as a 'hard & fast' rules & lines to trim to.
They look in better shape than April, from the little that can be judged from those pics. Be curious to see any pic you have of what the horse was like even earlier? As is the normally accepted 'spiel', someone mentioned earlier about it taking a year to grow out a whole new hoof. This may be a an average, for the average horse with... average hooves, but I put together the 2 pics you showed of the (right - you marked it left) hind on the ground, as it shows that about 2/3 of his hoof has grown out in just over 3 months.
Frogs looked pretty healthy so I would probably not have pared at all - only removing any flappy bits, or bits that look infected, such as the spot I marked at the apex of the (left?) hind. Few spots of seedy, a little on the inside of the left fore, both quarters of the right fore, tip of toe of left hind and the broken area on the right hind lateral toe quarter. I'd cut them out, and depending, might also scrape out those other shallow/thin cracks, and treat them all topically.
Fores... Blue lines indicate *approx* where I'd trim/bevel/cut. They appear to be only a tiny bit 'stretched' at the toe, as can be seen by the width of laminae, and yes, looking at the wear, it appears he's also landing on/wearing the toe & not heels much.
Appears at the ground surface there isn't really anything to come off the front of them & I would just bevel the very edges, except for a strong bevel ahead of my blue line on left fore, to help the minor flares to grow out. Hard to tell for sure, but it appears you may have 'lowered' & rolled the walls a bit much behind that point at toe quarters, as I tried to show by the green line, indicating where I'd like to see a bit of wall from that angle pic.
It appears that heels could come down/back just a tad more. From foot-on-ground pics, can't be sure from those angles but appears they could be slightly 'broken forward'. Looks like heels may 'want' to be slightly higher on right fore maybe. Looks like the right fore heels possibly 'want' to stay a tad higher tho.
Interesting about his movement change. He appears thin soled in front. And the messy, flared area at the lateral side of the RF toe may be due to this. So yes, some bodywork may well be in order. May also be that he 'breaks over' to the outside, so that bit is just feeling more leverage pressure, esp as that foot seems higher heeled. And I see pretty much the same (minimal) flare/stretch at the toe of this foot, but I'd bevel more strongly around the toe into the lateral side, where it is more flared.
Hinds - again, barely stretched/flared forward, so I'd only bevel wall strongly at the very toes. Again, I'd like to see slightly more wall left at the toe quarters. With the exception of the messy lateral toe on right. And I *might* lower the heels, *very slightly*, if I did. They do appear imbalanced, but especially with skewed angle of right pic, couldn't say for sure.