As silly as it sounds, my 4 yr old QH is very clumsy - he stumbles and doesn't know where his feet are. I was told to put logs in his pasture in front of the water tank or feeding tank so that he has to step over them. While this is a good idea, where I board - she won't put stuff in the pasture - she likes to keep it clean.
Any other ideas? I do trot him over logs but that isn't working.
When I ride my horse in the woods, I always give a vocal cue when he needs to think about his feet,. I say "easy"...it takes a couple of times but they learn to think feet when they hear easy.
You can do it at home over ground poles or tires...
Yes the vet checked them out - I had them exrayed. No problems - vet thought he was just growing and his legs are so long. Someone else said he just dmay not have enough muschle back there and to build his muscle in his hind quarters - I will start to back him up more and possibly walk/trot over logs that are lifted a couple of inches off the ground. - Any other ideas?