Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southeastern PA
I appear to be going totally against the grain here with my thoughts, but if the horse is not lame - then why not just keep an eye on it?
I am really not sure that I would be spending a good chunk of change on xrays, scans, third opinions etc for a horse that is not lame or showing signs of discomfort.
To me it looks and sounds like an old bow, I have no idea why that would not have shown up in the scans though - but I personally would just put that down to being one of those puzzling things in life and leave it be while keeping a close watch on it.