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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Yes, or a chiropractor sometimes- although I'd go for the vet first.
I agree that it seems like more of a back problem, perhaps the alignment- that her actual legs, because she's very short strided back there and not engaging herself correctly. The leg that you said appears stocked up could be some paranoia combined with that one being white, which also makes it harder to tell when there is swelling or stiffness. It kind of throws you off, you know?
I'd definately have her back checked. Beautiful horse though, she seems to really want to do what you want, even if she can't!
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