Slight lameness when going slow?
So, my new pony fell quite badly (think newborn foal with legs all over the place) on cement some weeks ago and he's been iffy ever since.
Got a chiropractor vet out (a couple weeks ago) to kill two birds with one stone sort of thing. She said he was fine in terms of chiro, needed a little aligning, but very slight. I didn't have her do a full lameness exam as I've not quite yet recouped my savings since buying the horse. But she said he was a bit lame on his right side, and she didn't think what she did with the chiro would solve it. But since the fall had happened so recently, she said to restrict him to light work only and let's see what happens.
He HAS been getting better, ever so slowly. But now we're at the interesting spot where it's super slight, but the lameness is still there--- but only when he's been slow and lazy? When you get him forward, it disappears.
What does that mean? Or is this just the last stage of healing?