Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Some times Llanelian - North wales, sometimes Hull in East Yorkshire (UK)
Hmm not so Jaydee when you go for a full lameness work up a vet will watch it trotted in a straight line on a hard flat surface, a circle on a soft surface and a circle on a hard surface, they will also see canter on the soft surface.
There are several types of lameness that only show up on soft surfaces on tight circles and interestingly some of the worst causes of lameness can only be picked up in canter on a circle. If it is lame on soft surfaces then it is generally worse than being lame on a hard surface.
I did a lot of research and talking to vets when Reeco first went in for his pelvis issue
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