Every time our farrier comes out, Dancer has a touch of thrush. Not bad (according to the farrier) but OH the SMELL! Farrier says he has seen more thrush in the last two years than he's seen in his entire life. Apparently Dancer's thrush is very minor, just peristent.
We've used the bleach solution - diluted 50-50. It works just as well as the thrush buster, fungaway and coppertox that I've tried, and is a lot cheaper.
Our other horses only have a touch of thrush once in a while, Dancer is just stubborn, I guess. It probably didn't help that she was horrible about having her feet messed with when we first got her. The farrier could work with her feet, but only if I held her and kept her preoccupied. It was virtually impossible for me to work with her feet by myself, and when we first got Dancer, everyone else in the family was terrified of her. (Seriously, no ground manners AT ALL!) I'm able to work with her feet now, if I'm quick enough - she has little patience for me. Hopefully eventually I'll get ahead of the thrush...one of these days.
Plain Old Dee, horses Dancer and Rain I believe in dragons, unicorns, good men and other mythical creatures!