This one came as a perpetual tripper. I have never seen such an enormous jumpers bump (not pictured) on a medium heavy cob (and no he doesn't do any jumping). Also camped under. I suspect that this guy, being 20, is going to have more problems with reeducating his muscles than he will have with his new feet.
That's not to say the 'new' feet won't be noticed. His heels will widen, the frog will come into use, breakover will come back, the proportions will change, the walls will get denser as will the sole. How could all these changes not have an impact and not be felt? Sometimes I wish the horses could talk to us - other times I am quite glad they can't.
|Frog is tiny and not touching ground, heels are very tall|
|Heel is contracted, bars bent inwards,|
foot is 50/50 rather than 2/3 and 1/3
|Wall much taller at quarters than toe|
|Height on opposite quarter|