Yes. It actually IS a broken withers. We have no idea how she did it, since she truly is a rescue and little is known about her past. Here is a picture that is a little better, altho I will say it was difficult to show the 2 humps she truly has. I am also showing her x-rays, that clearly show 2 broken spinous processes. I had never seen this, and thought is really interesting. The vet was saying that many times when they fracture the withers it is accompanied by an open wound that will not heal until all the bone fragments are removed, which can take a very long time. I also would guess that this mare has had a bad wreck at some point, as she is also missing her 2 front teeth and has many many scars on her legs. She is, however a really sweet, quiet mare-she stepped off the trailer like she had been there any times and was not at all fearful. The vet is very optimistic that she will make a full recovery and be totally rideable and therefore adoptable.