Not my horse!
What makes a horse step toe-then-heel on front legs?
Horse is a QH, front legs a bit underneath his body. Recent radiographs show nothing unusual, 2 farriers can’t find obvious issues with feet, current shoes are wider to support walls and heels after more corrective shoes to build heel.
I’m not looking for answers as simplistic as “owner should find another vet of farrier”. I would like to know WHY a horse would travel like this.