Shoes just a little off center....
       this is discount shoeing

Note the difference between the toe length (which was 1 1/8"), angles from med. to lat., shoes set off-center to outside, heel length. This being a prime example of what contributes to bad stifles and hocks. Once they go bad, they're not going to be repaired. The work was done by an individual with all those fancy initials after his name CJF, JAFO, SS, ETC., also an examiner. Doing this caliber of work, and he's going to decide if someone else is qualified!!!

Your horse, with this kind of cosmetic appearance
       you can forget about the show ring

Set them up wrong in the front, and they'll go bad in the hinnies.

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