Originally Posted by alex0815
yes that sounds very much like an old injury. Or even a fairly recent one. It may be that the horse tore or injured its hamstring sometime. That often causes problems.
Also, my mum is a qualified horse therapist, and if you live in the area i'm sure she'd be happy to come by and have a look and help if she can.
it's not my horse...not the girl's horse that is riding her....the owner never does anything with the horse so we all got the owners permission to ride the horse so she doesn't just sit in the pasture forever.
She isn't lame...nor shows any tenderness in that one leg...I felt both legs and nothing feels different...
I'd love for your mum to come and work with Annie...but like I said, she isn't my horse and the owner won't even pay to have her feet done...so I doubt she'll pay for a therapist to come out....sadly the owner doesn't give a darn about the horse
*coughs*If anyone is interested, Annie is for sale*coughs*Maybe someone will give her the good home she deserves*coughs*