We had our trim visit by our Cliff and he thinks I should try to allow Laz to graze for about an hour, to an 1-1/2 a day. He thinks maybe Laz is working out an abscess, or that his false sole may be wanting to shed so it's causing some internal changes.
Cliff thinks it's important for a horse to remain as natural as possible, so keeping Laz roaming in the pasture, chewing on grass (as much as he can handle) will hopefully keep him on track.
We also found some hidden thrush in his bad foot, so I'm ZAPPING that out with thrush treatments currently.
I had Laz free lunge to see how his walk/trot are.
Walk is fine, his trot is still off. He's always 'off' but this is an 'off' I haven't seen since before winter. Grrr. I'm hoping a couple of weeks off from riding, and re-adjusting him to pasture, zapping his thrush, will get him back on to where we were a couple of weeks ago.
Shineeeeee Poneeee gets to graze while his thrush gets treated
And we come to the best part.
Absorbine sent me a lovely care package of some of their Natural products
One of which could be YOURS!
I'm so excited to try mine out (after our thrush treatments)
It's a brushless hoof conditioner that you SPRAY on!
It's made with natural products like Arnica (which I'm a huge fan of), tea tree oil, comfrey and avocado oil
With the heat's ray on us, I'm sure many of you will want this for your horse's tootsies!
So....how do you win it?
Leave a comment and winner will be chosen by random,
Good luck readers!!