I noticed a Grade 1 lameness when called out to trim this horse. The client did take my recommendation and take him to the vet for diagnosis. I could not be there but spoke with the vet afterwards. He diagnosed the gelding as Navicular Syndrom with a negative palmer angle. The horse has slightly contracted heels and atrophied frog on all four feet. I believe this was because his heels were stacked from neglect of hoof care prior to me seeing him. I thought it would be interesting to get everyones thoughts. p.s. I do not see a negative palmer angle. Looks acceptable to me.