Originally Posted by SonnyWimps
so you think it's something we should get a vet into?
We did a pre-purchase exam and the vet said he was great...no problems other than sensitive soles.
What could be causing it? Any guesses? Or what in general would cause that sort of thing to happen?
Also, is it in both front legs or just in one (if one which one)? Is it in the back legs also?
How could it have happened just after I bought him? Everyone said that he didn't do it in the two youtube videos that was taken before I purcahsed him...he wasn't drugged during the pre-purchase because he was sure spooking alot and was really energetic, and I doubt they were buting him up.
Still, I get more videos to see. Might be having an off day(s). I sure have off days alot, so I'm sure horses can have them also. I know for sure that the lunging video was an off day for him.
Maybe its a reaction from his sensitive soles, since the vet said he had sensitive soles than that may be why his strides are not as long as average strides. I would say it shouldn't affect riding too much, as long as your not doing incredibly hard riding or anything harder than easy trails and pleasure.
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