Thank goodness. Thats what I was hoping, I hear people constantly saying this and I had a gut feeling it wasn't true but didnt want to stick my head out on the block lol. My horse is 15.2-15.3 thoroughbred built horse, not huge bone to begin with and he's got "small" feet. I've had multiple people be like "Oh my gosh he's got really short toes..." and compared to most other horses that are shod or trimmed traditionally, yeah he does but he's got the heels to match and if I grew his toe more it would only flare. Im at a barn where more horses are big-ol warmbloods with huge pie plate like feet, which is good but not when it's unnatural. Ill have to post pictures to see what you guys think of his hoof size relative to body size. And Patty, isn't navicular more prevalent in QH's due to many having those ridiculously upright pasterns?