Pictures How are his feet looking?

Chippers1

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Shoes have now been off for 3 months. He's doing well walking over most surfaces, stones can still be an issue, particularly after he's had the farrier but I wear boots for all the stony bits when I know I'm going over them!
All other flat surfaces he's nice and springy over.

How are they looking so far? Anything I should be looking out for or worrying about? Sorry his feet aren't spotless!

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Thanks in advance :)
 

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Thats a great 3mth transformation

Being picky there is some stretched white line so might be worth having a look at feed/forage. Every chance it's just sugar fluctuations in the grass at this time of year and they are hard to manage
 

Chippers1

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Thanks!
He's only eating grass and equimins at the moment although I've started giving him a few grass nuts as they're acting a bit more hungry but it is literally a handful to mix the equimins in. Hopefully in a few more months I can get it nice and tight :)
 

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triffic job 👍 but he shouldn't be less able immediately after a trim than he was before it.
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Chippers1

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Ok, I was wondering if it was because he's new to barefoot but I guess not. I'll keep an eye on him (I check pulses regularly having previously had a very laminitic pony) and I have some Rock Hard hoof stuff that was given to me so I'll start putting some of that on too
 
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