I am not super happy with how my moms horses feet look. We have reached out to the Farrier about shortening the toe some and allowing their heel to come back up since they seem so very underrun right now. This is the Farrier response. Below are the most current pics of Tracker’s feet that I have. I feel that the toe is way too long and his heel is basically non existent. This is a pic from June of 2017. He was finally not tender foooted over gravel here: The mare, Cheyenne has always had very ‘upright’ feet for a lack of a better word. She’s had solid feet that’s never given us trouble. Now she clips her front feet with her back. We’ve had her for 20 years and never had this issue. Are hers too long in the toe as well? Most current feet pic: Roughly 2 years ago her feet: Sorry if these pics are less than ideal. They’re all I have. I’m mostly looking to see if I’m seeing the right things in their feet and if the Farrier is correct in shorter toes being prone to founder. I’ve never heard of this... Thanks!