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Question Here we go again (lameness issues)

so here it is, Cochise was gelded 8 days ago and he has been doing great except for sometime (Not all the time) When I lunge him morning or afternoon he limps on his left back leg, and limping mean only when he runs past a trot into a gallop he will hold his left back leg up and run on three legs, I was thinking this was just soreness due to the gelding, ya know being stiff and all, well now i don't think it is, because he hasn't stopped doing it this morning. I am really worried about this ill still keep him if he is lame and do my best to keep him comfortable, I have checked all his feet and his hoof walls need trimming could this be it? My farrier is booked and he is the only one I will use, the others don't do as well as him, anyways

Any Suggestions?

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