Oh my. Dramatic much? This thread is about his feet. You don't know what his work load is now or has been for the past few months. You don't know he's not having body work done. No one has said that the body and feet are independent of one another or that one is responsible for the other. Why do some people just assume that if it's not their horse, it's in the wrong hands?
The horse needs a new farrier. He has soundness issues that require longterm management. Many, MANY horses do. They are being managed and he is very much loved and appreciated. And, did I mention that he needs a new farrier? He is NOT the "little matchstick horse" that's going to be used and abused and disposed of when he "breaks". Sheesh! Lighten up.