Last year my gelding had a problem with very deep sulci and thrush as a result. Our 2 horses are barned each night in dry stalls deeply bedded in sawdust for a 12 hour period. During the day they are in their paddock-which unfortunately has been very wet this fall with constant rain.
My horse was going into the winter with great feet-now the sulci is getting deeper again (mainly the front feet) and am worried about thrush developing. Feet were just trimmed = farrier said they were healthy. The sulci have degraded since the farrier was here.
Is there anything that can reverse this process and how do you rebuild the depth of the sulci? Farrier suggested using a dilute bleach solution to kick out any thrush that may be developing-not sure I like that idea-but he swears by it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated....