He has been shod up until a couple of months ago and his shoes were taken off when he had his MRI. He still has a relatively poor frog but much less contraction than we often see.
He has been diagnosed with bilateral DDFT lesions and navicular bone damage and is not surprisingly landing flat/toe first in front.
This isn't a bad foot but when you look at the photo below you can see that he has an interesting conformation issue on this leg.
The frog on this foot is better but the medio-lateral balance is worse than on his LF so I would expect some changes to this foot as well.
More on Ennis soon.