My 9 year old mare. As a yearling she tried to run through a cattle guard and pretty much ripped her foot off. We bought her as a two year old under the agreement that if she wasn't sound in 6 months they'd buy her back. Well, obviously after that we were irrevocably in love with her and doing all we could to figure out out to make her more comfortable. Obviously we have know we'll never ride her, and we're fine with her being and expensive pasture ornament. I want to make it clear that if this severely affected quality of her life she would already have been put down. She limps, but I've never seen her generally in pain, she has never missed a meal or the chance to buck or run. Vet said x-ray are virtually unchanged since the last. I honestly just want to hear what everyone sees, everyones opinions. Please, If you have anything negative to say keep it semi polite, I do understand this is a forum so of course any opinions are welcome.
*I know her toes are long in the x-ray but her hoofs grow extremely fast (this was 6 weeks after last farrier visit) and our farriers were standing their as the vet took the x-rays, and trimmed her up right after he left.