Originally Posted by Randella
What I'm looking to correct, (or at least try to make more comfortable for my horse), his front legs are both twisted in - one to a worse degree than the other. The farrier said that he's not toed in, and that because of his age, it might be able to be corrected with some work.
Depends what exactly it's caused from as to whether it's changeable at all, whether for eg. The bones & joints are not straight or his barrel is wide, pushing his elbows out, or whether it's just tight pectorals or some such, but I'd find a good chiro or bodyworker to advise/treat.