I let her get pretty aggressive because his feet were a freaking mess and soooo long. I'm not riding much and when I do I use the Easy Boots. Also the ground is soft. He hasn't even seemed sore from the trim, which makes me feel better about getting aggressive.
|before trim ugliness|
The plan is for her to come back once a month and keep up with them. Also, we need to squeeze Rascal in there somewhere. His feet wear really well and don't grow at the light speeds that Twister's do so I've gotten away without trimming him for a long time. But it probably wouldn't hurt to give him the once over.
Also, I went to the feed store last week and bought some Essential K. Twister is going back on it. I really don't think Rascal needs it, so I probably won't give it to him. Rascal can canter across my stone driveway without flinching. He has hard little appy feet.