Horse A – has asymmetric hooves with multiple issues although not seen in every image. The heel of the LF appears more normal but remember that on the lateral view there is a severe underslung condition with crushed tubules. The RF has a better looking heel but the frog is not touching the ground. While there is more wall support in the heels this might be an indicator that the horse has heel pain and is avoiding heel pressure which will lead to contracted heels in the future.


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