So, I decided to forget the casting idea. She just had another trim today. 3 weeks apart now.
I moved her about a week ago. She is in a dry lot with no neighbor on one side and a very nice to other horses, but people not so much, 14 year old retired mare on the other side. There is a space of about 3 feet in between them so they don't share a fence.
The dry lot is fence with fencing that will give if she kicks and then return. It is about 50 feet or more wide and around 250 feet long. It slopes gently up at the back. A very even tilt. She has an over head shelter but no barn.
She is like a different horse. She is like a horse. Her feet are sore from all the movement but her thrush is gone. The trimmer said she has had some sinking of the coffin bone in the left front but is happy with her feet so far. I need to post pictures I know.
I will use the outback gloves on the fronts when I take her out of her pasture as I don't want to leave them on all the time.
I can't see her twice a day when I am working because it is so much further to go. But the place is peaceful and full of happy healthy horses and so far I don't see any bad habits such as cribbing or weaving on any other horses here.
Have to run and go see her.