Horseman 56, funny you should mention technical difficulties. I went to look it up after my bookmark didn't work and I got the clear DNS message. I did, and I still get the message.
I will get some pictures of his hooves tomorrow. We have come a long LONG way on correcting the issues, but we still have a long way to go. I have considered shoes since hopefully I can start riding him after his eval in July. *crosses fingers* The pelvic injury seems to have healed. That is what initially caused the twist in the right hind. It's now as healed as it will ever be, and only time will tell if he will stay sound when I put him under saddle. I am working on conditioning SLOWLY so we have the best chance possible.
I attached a quick representation of his injuries. Sorry it was the best I could do right now. I am at work and personal computer is down.
ETA: The suspected injury couldn't be confirmed by xray or ultrasound. We knew the injury was 4 to 6 weeks old when he was seen by my vet. There was so much swelling internally we were lucky to get as far as we did with diagnosis.
"Light travels faster than sound. That's why some people appear bright until you hear them speak."
Larry the Cable Guy
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