It's their barn. They have very nice turnouts, not dusty, but doesn't want to use them to much, cause there will be no more grass if they graze more than an hour a day... They are always worried how their property looks.
Vet said he can give him some medications with corticosteroids in it, and they turned it down, saying that this will destroy him, and he'll get some other ilness, that it will do bad to his liver and kidneys...
I watched him closely yesterday when I had him out. He actually seems pretty normal when he walks or stands, but when he eats hay (it wasn't dusty, I wet it) he starts to breath weird - like I said he does first post (showing ribs with breath in and helping himself with belly muscles). I didn't see him troting yet, but I heard him cough when he was on trail ride with his owner few weeks before.
I contacted them again and said that he is not doing ok, and if they won't take care he deserves, he'll be dead after next winter (it's in the winter when he gets worse-he is in a closed stall, no fresh air). I told them their hay is not good as they were telling me and that is bad for any horse, not only ill one. I asked her to tell her boyfriend (who is feeding in the morning) how to wet hay and she seemed worried. She was asking me about the hay and said she'll tell her boyfriend how to do it.
I'm really intrested if she was telling the truth.