Looks like feet may be a bit better. Obviously considering how her feet were & that this woman has done one trim, can't expect much of a change yet.
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]It looks like I wasted a bunch of money on supplements that I can't use and feed I don't need to use either. She said that the hay in California is rich in iron and my horse should not have additional iron in her diet. [/FONT]
Yup, which is one reason I harp on about diet analysis & *appropriate* supplements & using services such as FeedXL.com Every manufacturer of a supp will tell you it's Wonderful & Necessary, but it depends on their *specific* diet as to what they need.
got a report that she was kicking the corral pipe rails while I was gone. .... I know she is bored etc. but I spend no less than 6 hours a day with her every day.
So she's left in a corral(alone I suppose?) for 18 hrs a day? Yup, that would be stressful for her. I think keeping her in a paddock with company is definitely very important & I'd make it a priority ASAP. Living in constant boredom/stress in a corral won't be good for her feet either.