Thanks so much! I will ask my trainer or call the vet before buying them, as I don't want to spend $150 and it turns out that they wont help at all.
What my horse has is.. there is a type of fluid down on her ankle(fetlock), all horses have it as its some sort of fluid that their lower ankle needs. But she has alot more fluid than most horses, causing a lump there. She has more fluid, because her ankle needs more as it is more stressed and worn.
I really like the professional's choice boots you posted, those are extremely nice!
Also, the vet was going to get our farrier to put shoes on that on the front, is a rounded edge instead of straight down, so it is more flexible and easier for her.
We are getting the supplement soon, so hopefully that helps!
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