This horse? His feet break because they’re too long. It’s like your fingernails. If you grow them out beyond your finger tips, they’re more prone to break. Short = strong. While the lack of sole depth is concerning, I can tell from the X-ray that he has too much toe definitely. And the leverage created by the length of his toe is only going to contribute to or aggravate the rotation. Likely, the heels are too long as well. Here is an X-ray of my horse’s club foot, her foot isn’t perfectly balanced here (some extra length), but this is closer to what you want to see on an X-ray. She has some rotation, but it’s not alarming. To a lesser degree, you can see toe distortion on the X-ray like you can on the OP horse. The difference being, I have a bit of a rocker on her toe that puts her breakover in roughly the right spot. (Though I should have been more aggressive with it) Brandi x ray (3) by Arem posted Jun 4, 2014 at 11:31 PM This is what the hoof looked like on the outside: rf 5 by Arem posted Jun 3, 2014 at 8:03 PM How do I know her feet still weren’t correct yet, though they were better and I had her break over in the right spot: See how her hairline isn’t straight? Excess length in her toe quarters are jamming the hairline up. You can also view this distortion in her growth lines on the hoof. Also, see how the hoofwall on the toe isn’t straight? The flaring indicates that excess length is pushing the toe out forward instead of allowing it to grow straight down. This picture is out of date, but it illustrates the continued improvement in her foot. You can see how the hairline and hoof wall are much straighter. IMG_1117 by Arem posted Jun 30, 2017 at 4:38 PM Sometime I would like to get updated X-rays to compare.