Let's just say I'm a tad over the moon with how Indie's farrier visit went today, even though the farrier said she has thrush in all her feet (although the front ones aren't too bad). He recommended a product to us and once my mom picked it up, he showed me how to put it on.. and said there'll be a huge improvement once the thrush is cleared up. He also said it looked like she had a major abcess at one point and to just keep putting the hibitane on the scabby area.
Before we treated the thrush, he fixed the angle on her left front heel by three degrees (apparently there was a difference of five inches so he fixed it as much as he could without taking too much off her feet). There was a huge difference in how Indie stood once he fixed it, she used to keep that leg forward but within a few minutes, she was comfortably standing with her legs squared!
He also recommended that we switch her steel shoes to aluminum shoes because it'll create less impact on her joints when she moves because they're more lightweight. He said they'll spread out a bit from her weight but we'll just change them each visit.
So, according to him, once we get her feet all fixed up, she's going to go so much better! He also recommended an anti-inflammatory for her legs because there was a bit of heat in the left front, but he says it might've been from the added pressure on the tendons because of the uneven heel.