Another fine example of the half-assed natural shoeing.

Whether you have a low heel, or a low\under-run heel, chopping off the toe isn't going to do a thing to improve the raising of the heel. Cut back the front all you want, you will still have a foot at a low angle. The measuring of a foot is done at the heels and sides as well as the front. Professional show people will not tolerate this kind of work or finish on their feet. It is said, this will quicken the break-over.......well no shit......Cut the toes off - No support!!! Not too hard to understand. Believe it or not, this is a saddlebred.