About time too. I have 2 horses in work one is shod, one is not, both are seen by a qualified farrier every 6 weeks. The unshod one has feet as hard as rock so I've no need to shoe him at the moment - I'm not barefoot taliban if he needs shoes he'll get them! But he does need a trim and balance. I have seen some horrendus "trimming" by a podiatrist when a barefoot activist was on the yard, this person charged £45 for a trim (hack) faffed around like a moron and funnily enough both horses they did always had lameness issues and really odd movement.