One horse with 2 completely different front hooves. The RF has vertical side walls, a dished in toe, elevated coronary band on the inside, and long and uneven heels. The LF appears more normal with a balanced shape and even coronary band, however, the hoof pastern axis is slightly broken and the heels are underslung.

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