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  1. Horse Health
    I have a 16 yr old QH that is slightly favoring his front left leg. If you watch him out in the pasture you can BARELY tell as he walks around. In fact a "normal" person wouldn't notice it. If he trots and gallops it's more noticable. But I wouldn't call it a limp. Anyway, I take him on short(...
  2. Horse Health
    Here is the problem. My horse has become untrainable due to the fact that she throws her weight (almost a limp if you will) onto her shoulder when engaged in the trot. Recently she has developed a problem with her canter. She will barely ever even pick it up and when she does she will canter...
  3. Horse Health
    I am new to the horse world as I have only owned horses and have only been riding for 2 years. I have a 16 yr old gelding who when I bought him was in great health besides being a little on the thin side. We got him and within months he was filled out nicely. He had shoes on all 4 feet at the...
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    I have a 16 year old fox trotter/walker mix. I rode her in a parade and we did nothing but walk and at the end, she came up lame on her rear left leg. Nobody knows what happened to her, and 2 weeks later she's still limping a little. There's no swelling or visible marks, and she still wants to...
  5. Horse Health
    So i have a 6 yr old POA mare,, and i left on a family trip for 2 weeks, and when i came home, i get an email from my trainer, saying she brought Zoe (my mare) up from pasture because she had seen her limping in the pasture. she had extreme swelling of her hock, and had some blood poisioning and...
  6. Horse Health
    Hi all, We had a vet visit us today and give our 3 Clydesdales worming mixture. The horses were fine for 3 hours, then, out of nowhere, one of them started to be shaky on his feet. He had a high temperature and wanted to lie down. To make a long story short, currently he is collapsed and not...
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