Originally Posted by Poco1220
Look up oakwood vet in Colona, il. I know it's not near you but dr carls there just fought an 8 yr battle of navicular with his wifes horse and I believe barefoot. He may be able to give
You some advice.
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Thanks for the info, will have a look.
Tracey, I'm with vets at Silby and have a farrier from Newwark who is doing wonders with her, despite her attempts to thwart his efforts. Indy is a hannoverian x Tb mare, a BSJA and AES reg mare, who prior to me getting her, was most likely jumped into the ground.
Love your new (and former) yards, just had a nosey on the map. We've just moved from a fab 50 horse yard with limited winter TO, to grass livery,but have a stable too, -13 acres and 8 horses, small, shabby, no proper school (help !) but horse heaven and with the bonus of being wonderfully cheap. Plan is to keep Indy grazing and moving as she gets stiff if stabled too long.It'll be her first winter with me, so will see how she manages, but she is already much more chilled on a small yard. You are very welcome to visit anytime.