Sorry your going through this
He is such a lovely looking horse
: While there is cases that have recovered,prognosis generally isn't the greatest for wobblers. I went through it with one of my horses
My vet told me of a case where horse with symptoms like my boy, went on & made a complete recovery. Was showing & become a herd stallion. I personally had met that stallion & even bred a mare to him & would never had known.
My story Below not as happy
I hope that your boy's outcome is more positive......
I Held that hope that my Boy would recover & did all I could to see that happen.He displayed symptoms similar to yours. Purchased as a weanling to be by potential future stallion. We showed him as a yearling & he proved himself in the show pen. Then his early 2 yr old year show signs.He did have an incident of going over a fence, bent it up
. Although other than a few scrapes at the time seemed ok. Think that might have been the cause
As It wasn't long after that noticed signs
more subtle at first so brushed them off ,tripping,trouble holding a circle,actually falling down when longing,that did it! The incoordination was more apparent
. I took him to vet,was stall/paddock rested,dietary changes,took him to place for physio rehab,had neck joint injected . I knew he would probably never ride/show career done, but hoped he would be breeding sound.I saw such progress & had hopes for him
... then suddenly one week he regressed & worsened to point that getting himself up & walking difficult,decision was made to have him humanely put down