Pepper is a 15 year old Standardbred cross with Quarter Horse .
My boyfriends horse stumbles alot. Even when his hooves are trimmed. Especially when he is rode or being worked in the round pen. And he walks like he is drunk most of the time . I do know that he is pigeoned toed as well as has slight twisted knee joints in front. I'm trying to find information on what would cause horses to stumble a lot . As well as more information about pigeon toes horses .Is this common for these type of horses to stumble alot like this ? Or Is there something else going on? Should I be concerned ? Or am I just being paranoid? His front legs are really close together. As he is very narrow base in front. He also sometimes swings his legs out like a Peruvian paso but most of the time he crosses his front feet when he walks. Like he's drunk. I had my vet check him for epm he said he doesn't show any signs of having it.. we didnt do the bloodwork on it yet as the vet doesn't think its necessary...could it be possible he had it at one time and this is the result of it. Has anyone ever had a horse like this or dealt with this before ? I know he has been diagnosed with heaves. He is 15 years old rescue standardbred cross with Arabian. He had such a rough start in life. We are slowly getting him where he needs to be but it's a slow process. Pictures are the only ones I have of his front feet close to together. View attachment 1108092