Originally Posted by Ryle
Did your vet recommend any testing or give any suggestions other than "it may be wobblers"? If not my first recommendation is to see another vet. At the very least a thorough exam and some bloodwork should generally be run with a horse showing neurological symptoms. Then based upon findings (both physical exam and diagnostic results) more diagnostics or a treatment plan should be determined that fits the history/symptoms/results.
How long have these symptoms been going on? Are they getting worse? How old is your horse?
I would also ask how old your horse is. True wobblers usually show up early and most pretty much are put down by age 3. Some don't even make it past 3 months. At the last time I remember there is no actual test for wobblers except an autopsy after death. A friend of mine had to put down both that year's and the previous years TB foals as the second one could not even rise at the age of 4 months ...just as the first foal now a yearling at the time started to show the same symptoms. It was a good race mare but breeding it to TB was becoming a disaster so she went to an arab which seemed to fix the problem and she went on to foal 5 more babies...all Anglo Arabs with no further problems.
There are a few things that could create the same symptoms and I would be looking more at them than wobblers. If you vet can't seem to make up his mind I agree with the others and get a new vet.