Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
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Honestly, we are not qualified vets here. A video from 2011 isn't going to help, sorry. Your best bet is to get a vet out to run some tests, maybe do some blocks or x-rays, and let the professional help you with it.
The video is terribly choppy, hard to tell much other than yes, the horse looks off.
I'm sorry. I know lameness can be frustrating and you want many opinions, but the only opinion that is really going to matter right now is your vet's. Best of luck :)
ETA - Just watched the video from 2011... he does look very, very off. Honestly I don't think that running him around on the lunge or otherwise is going to help; you need a vet to come out and diagnose exactly what the problem is, and decide a treatment plan. He looks very, very uncomfortable and I really doubt working him in that condition is going to do anything good...
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Last edited by JustDressageIt; 07-24-2012 at 11:20 PM.