Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Concord, Michigan
I am almost 100% positive that you are dealing with a case of deep sulcus thrush, I have a gelding that has it and is improving nicely with a thrush powder called " No thrush" Its amazing and all natural so it doesnt harm the delicate new tissue trying to regrow:) My horse is also lame on his right front from this and I am taking him to the vet next saturday to see if there is anything else that I need to do other than what I am already doing. I clean his hooves everyday and apply No thrush, and he stands in his stall for at least 30 minutes which is dry. I live in Michigan and we are having a VERY wet spring and this thrush came from outta nowhere:( I have been in the horse business for 25+ years and have never had one with thrush ever, let alone this bad of a case!