KigerQueen, I agree they are short. My farrier always rushes with them and seems to just to try to make them look good but short. He does 6 horses in under 30 minutes. I understand some people can do a great job quick, but this doesn't seem to be the case with him. I've always thought he cuts them too short. With my 17 year old mare, it seems her fronts are always a little uneven (her feet need to be best as possible due to an injury as a yearling).
The pasture they are in is grass and dirt. There's maybe 3 rocks in the pasture and no sand or gravel.
I have a new question. How can I get their feet to grow out a little without them being so rough looking?