Poor thing I don't know much about laminitis, have never dealt with it...what does she need to be fed to best keep it under control?
P.S. I completely understand horses that need to be kept off pasture for reasons like that. It's just when there's no other reason to keep a horse stalled that I'd rather not.
She gets free choice round bales stored outside and ration balancer only ... as well as Remission and MSM with shoes 24/7 365 with Equi Pak in them and she is sound and ridable still she is only 9yo's I have a long time left with her and her expensive ways
My horses all have Approx. 30x30 paddocks where they stay during the day. Then I have 3 grass pastures that I turn them out at night (so their coats don't get bleached). And I have a wooded acre that I let them roam free on the weekends during the day. And all their paddock open up to this acre.
Gypsy is out 24/7 in the summer & fall [& part of spring if its not too muddy] last winter I brought her in a stall at night. I prefer having her out 24/7 bc I think its better for her & she tends to get hot when she's stalled up. Our pastures are very very hilly though & I worry about them being safe in the winter.