I tried to get some pics of my guy today while he was in the pasture. Not the best pics since I was on my own so if they're not serviceable I can try and grab more tomorrow. Also, there is literally no pavement at the barn 😬
He was trimmed 11/17 which was before all of these pics and has been barefoot his entire life. Trimmed about every 6 weeks right now and ~2 years old.
Backstory: He has a habit of sometimes standing on the toe of his left front foot which makes him look very upright (I think). So I'm curious about the overall angles of his hoof/pastern from people who know far more than I and what could be causing him to do this and almost exclusively on that foot. No known injuries and no lameness. I also recently found out the farrier has only
been trimming his feet in his stall where lighting isn't the best. Farrier has lots of experience with barefoot trims and has worked at this barn for many, many years so I'm more suspicious of conformation than farrier work. TIA!
I tried to get a pic of the back of his heel and he was...not very cooperative. I don't know if the white spot is (old) injury related or not. I can touch it and he's no more sensitive to me messing with his left front heel as his right front.