Originally Posted by jenfrench
Thank you! I know the replies aren't going to be all rainbows and unicorns.. :( she has had 2 injections of strong painkillers and is now on Bute she doesn't seen to be in any obvious huge pain and is bright and her usual perky self. Did your horse have an injury that caused the wobbler syndrome to come on and then maybe injure himself to become worse again or do you know? And did he get significantly better after a lot of rest? I have pretty much come to terms she won't be ridden again but for her to have a life as a broodmare here would be better than nothing for sure! Thank you so much for your input really appreciated!!
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My colt was my stud prospect I showed him as a yearling earning halter & lunge line points,had high hopes for him!
.In early summer of his 2 yr old year he was spooked crashed over his pen & one other fence. We never saw any obvious outward trauma injury other than a few body scuffs at time, but it was just shortly after that incident he started to display symptoms so do think it was from that event.
My colt did improve initially with all treatments & rest.He was still confined to paddock rest when he got worse & no known other event to have triggered regression