Fancy Feet, Now With Sox!

Horsekeeping

Lucky enough to have a horse

 
Awareness of the outside world. Southern Poverty Law Center.
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Rodney is still off. No change from last week. [On To The Next Thing]

I know, I know. Small potatoes in the grand scheme of things. Not even a french fry.

It’s a typical Rodney lameness. Enough to get out of work; not enough to cause discomfort or inconvenience.

It’s very mild. A few steps taken gingerly, from time to time. Taking the occasional odd step on a tight circle, mostly to the left. Red patches on the frog of the right hoof. Maybe 0.5 on the lameness scale. AAEP: LAMENESS EXAMS: Evaluating the Lame Horse

In the field? With booties over his shoes? Cantering. Rearing. Playing biting games with Milton.

So that’s me sitting over here waiting for my horse’s feet to grow out. If you don’t feel sorry for me, at least feel sorry for my husband. He has to live with me.

Stay safe. Stay sane.
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Horses

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