Originally Posted by Cowgirls Boots
My gelding is also real lazy and doesn't pick up his feet. .
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Did you start a thread on that issue awhile back? If you didn't, I read something similar about another horse and my reply was to have a chiro look at the horse.
Often times it's discomfort and not laziness that makes a horse slog along and drag their feet.
I rescued an Arab 20 years ago that, along with starving, had an injured vertebra. When he starts dragging his toes and/or he is off at the trot, I know it's time for the chiropractor again