Thanks! He actually was off work for about 3 months when this picture was taken, normally he is more muscular. The chiropractor actually was telling me to work on getting him to life his back by poking his stomach and its really helping him! Yes the hock is what his injury was. My trainers mother owned him until he was 4 and then sold him to buy a truck. He had three owners in between, one let him sit in a stall for years doing nothing, another (who is big into baroque horses and he was her star horse) used him a LOT and then suddenly put him out to pasture for two years and wont tell anyone way. When my trainer called her asking about him, she said "wow! he isnt lame any more!!?!" The last owner didnt care what so ever if he was ok, she had extremely heavy shoes on to make him life his feet, he ended up some how having a reaction to something, lost all his mane a lots of his tale, yeah... the girl only cared about winning in the dressae ring. He has had an interesting life. His hock has a bone chip be we are 99% sure he also had a bad injury (when he was put to pasture) that was never treated and he still thinks it hurt to move right, but we had it checked and its ok. The chiropractor is working with us so he starts moving normal again.