The vet surprisingly didn't do anything with her as far as body work, which annoyed me a bit. Summer had nearly fallen quite a few times while the farrier worked on her, but the vet was sure it was because of her feet. She told me that all of her current back issues is because of her feet. While I can accept some of that, Summer should have, by all rights, been having these issues all along and she hadn't.
She did note that summer's spine was sore near her croup and said she may have rolled and injured herself and that's also causing her falling issues. I do need to get her a new saddle, as she said my mare is wide in the shoulders. She also said for me to not ride her bareback, even when I told her that Summer is MUCH happier bareback than even with a saddle (english or western). She also suggested that Summer has Quarter Horse in her, and I told her I saw her bloodlines, and unless it's wrong, she is full Thoroughbred
I have been watching carefully, and if my mare does not improve within the next few days, I will be calling her back and I will also be calling my regular vet (Which I think I will do anyway, just for advice). She is walking a little better, but not as good as I want her to be. I did see that she is rolling, though. She also is much more willing to walk than she was the day after. I had to coax her out of the barn with goodies the next morning