[quote=horseluver50;614175]Okay, well I went there earlier today, and she seemed fine. I lunged her, she didnt bob her head and I couldn't really tell if it hurt, but it didn't seem like it.[quote]
Head-bobbing, limping lameness generally indicates something pretty acute. Horses, being prey animals are good at not showing gait abnormality or lameness until it's too severe to ignore. As for not being sure when you were riding, sounds like it was pretty obvious to you, but you just have to pay attention & trust what you're feeling.
'Bump' on the leg does sound like a possible windgall. Could be the start of joint probs due to toe-first impacts(get your trainer to watch & tell you if she lands heel- or toe-first. Or could be an insect bite or nothing. Without more info, can't say, as with the lameness.
Although, on the same leg as the lump, in her hoof, beside the frog, there is a greyish clayyish stuff on it. Only when I scrape at it though. Its not founder, cause that's tar stuff on the frog, its in the hoof and greyish coloring, but that is the only hoof that has it, and it kinda stinks?
I'm presuming you're talking about dead sole material that hasn't worn away. If it stinks, her feet may be thrushy - which I think you mean by 'tar stuff on the frog'. Thrush generally effects the frogs, but can also get into gunky soles & into separated laminae(white line disease). And BTW, while WLD frequently goes along with founder, it is not in the least the definition of it.
Sounds like you & your horse would benefit from you learning a bit about hooves & soundness. I think it's in everyone's best interests - especially our horses - if people do their own homework and learn what they can about subjects such as hoof care & health, rather than just trusting whatever 'experts' we may employ. On that note, you'll learn a lot at hoofrehab.com & barefoothorse.com for starters.