Someone asked about the pastures, so I wanted to clarify-- they're in grassy pastures, but I live on a hill, and the bulk of the pasture runs in the lower land, some of it along a creek. When we bought the house a year ago, we could walk all over the property without any problems, but we've had the lower areas flood several times this year. While some of the pasture is "dry" (though still wet), some of it is just plain marshy, and wouldn't you know that's where they love to eat? I've banned them from the pastures for now, until this clears up.
As far as how advanced the white line and thrush are, not very. I just saw the thrush the other day when I caught my mare limping a little; same for the white line, though we caught that months ago. The gelding is getting better-- he's not as tender on the gravel driveway any more, where as before he wouldn't even want to walk over an area with acorns on it.
Just feeling frustrated and emotional lol. Mare also has rain rot, which I'm used to dealing with because she gets it chronically, just... irritating. It poured again yesterday :P
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