I'll do some reading on both roach back and hunters bump, just to be safe. You can never be too educated!
As a bit of background, if it helps, I've had her a little over a month. Before that she was a pasture ornament for a few months after being dumped with another horse on someone's property. After I got her, the people that dumped her called up the lady I got her from and said she was lame if you tried to do more than trot, but she gallops up and down the pasture and canters with me just fine, not one lame step. I didn't get a PPE done on her because the farm I got her from was very up front and honest about all the horses and I had my pick of probably 20. And she's been great so far! I didn't even notice the bump until I was looking over some photos, after I had her a few days.
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