The forum has been down for me too, I was devastated when I needed something to kill time this morning and I couldn't get on O.O
Anyway, I really have had excellent experiences with chiropractors. It is beneficial to have them out more than once and in-sequence (Depending on your horses individual needs) but I know my gelding Rebel and my mare Selena both became dreams after they got adjusted. Rebel, before, would NOT run. He would not run, he would not turn, he would NOT round up and frame up for the show pen. One adjustment and I could lope a barrel pattern again and he would fly down the arena like his tail was on fire, then come right back and drop his head and round up for an equitation class.
Then, with Selena, she had trouble spinning to the right. She would bind up and then hop around, and she would get really pissed off when you tried to get more out of her. She would get stuck on flying lead changes too. After two adjustments in two weeks, she was a brand new horse.
I'm sure this sounds like an obnoxious drug commercial, but I was seriously almost ready to sell both of them because I thought they wouldn't have the ability to remain as show horses. I'm so glad they got adjusted because now I have two excellent horses that are winning prizes again.
Pssh.I didn't pick up the wrong lead
It's called a counter canter...
...A very advanced maneuver.