Again, comparing right (above) to left (below) its clear that the digital cushion on the right foot is weaker and more pinched than the left. It looks from this angle as if the hoof wall on the left foot is distorting. MRI showed that Filly has bilateral lameness, worse on the RF.
She was diagnosed with an impar ligament tear on the LF and DDFT lesions and navicular bone damage on both front feet.
To add to the complications, she has an old injury to her right shoulder which has left her with a slightly twisted limb flight on her right foot. It will be interesting to see how her feet change over the next few weeks.
A few hours out of shoes its a lot easier to see whats going on. Filly has weak, flat feet as you can see from the shallow collateral grooves and the bar which is extending to the apex of the frog on this foot.
This is her better foot in some ways but the frog and heels are still contracted. She is landing slightly better on this foot but neither are heel first.
As always, I'll be looking for improvements in these feet over the next 4 weeks so there will be more on Filly soon.