02-01-2009, 06:27 PM
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This is a case where you definitely need to have a pre-purchase exam done on the horse. Your vet should assess the leg with a good lameness exam, look at the old medical records/talk to the previous vet about the history behind the leg problem, discuss what you want to do with the horse with you and probably take some x-rays of the leg. That's the only way you will have a good idea of what this horse will and won't be capable of.