Problem with a boarder's horse.
I have a boarder who rescued a TB in May I think. This horse is emaciated. You can see all of his ribs and apparently this is after she put some weight on this horse.
Right now I feed a 10% sweet feed and I expressed to her that I didn't think it was the best feed for him and I recommended a senior feed especially since he has a severe parrot mouth and or a fat supplement.
She brought by a giant tub of this liquid molasses. This horse is already getting the maximum amount of grain he can safely get (10 lbs!!) adding more sugar is NOT the answer to his weight problem.
How should I handle this?