07-03-2010, 09:31 PM
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I agree that it would depend on the severity of the fault. Though being pigeon toed does predispose them to problems like ringbone and sidebone (and some say navicular), I have a horse that is very pigeon toed that I have been using hard for about 5 years now, he's 8 years old, and he has never taken a lame step in his life. I think with proper care and preparation, she would do just fine. Though she may never run terribly fast because pigeon toes make them paddle and it takes more time and energy to get their feet from A to B.