BBB arrived here just over 4 weeks ago, already out of shoes and with a diagnosis of collateral ligament damage in his LF.
Here is the troublesome foot on arrival - not bad, but a bit flat and featureless and with a relatively weak frog and slightly under-run heels. Below is the same foot 4 weeks later - improving but with a long way to go before the heels are in the right place and medio-lateral balance is correct.
Georgia has also been here just over 4 weeks and - like Bryan - has hind limb as well as front limb problems. In her case she has DDFT damage to her RF and collateral ligament damage in her LF as well as fibrocartilage damage to the navicular bone. She has also got an old injury to her extensor tendon on her RH.
When we first filmed Georgia on a circle one of the most noticeable problems, as well as the obvious unlevelness, was the rigidity of her head and neck, which bobbed with each step. She was very tense and hollow, rushing and lacking any suspension in trot. While she has a long way to go, she is just beginning to move in a more fluid way.