I put lots of hoof photos on that post but I thought today I would show you the horses on the top of those wonky hooves, and how they fare in action.
Here is Angel, who has done over 450 miles out hunting this season, out on a day when he did 17 very fast miles, including a long gallop along the road...(!)
whose hooves look like this:
Their hooves may look odd, but - for these particular horses - asymmetry gives them the best chance of functioning correctly. Remove the asymmetry, and you instantly have a less sound, less capable horse.
Its very important to realise that the hooves haven't been trimmed like this - they grow like this ;-)