The crooked leg is actually one inch shorter than the normal one. I have been measuring them ever since the x-rays (from ergot to point of hock). So far they have both grown 1/2 inch since the x-rays, so at least the disparity doesn't seem to be growing.
I asked the vet about it and he felt his body would compensate. I know that's not good, but everyone does seem to have one leg longer than the other. I actually have one leg shorter than the other myself, I can tell when I stand on my tip toes and on my stirrup length I will always have one side longer than the other so I feel "even." But then I am not a horse, and horses are supposed to be athletes.
Thank you Smrobs for caring! I always respect and enjoy reading your posts.