Agree.....eeek those are bad. I see a problem with BOTH the toes AND the heels. The heel is non-existent, shot forward and under-slung. The toes way too long, and the angle of the foot....well it's like trying to run with skis on. I see this over and over again.....no heel and all toe. But, with a GOOD farrier who knows how to trim and get the right angles to match the horse's angles "north" of the foot....you wouldn't have cracks etc.