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I just got a 7 YO OTTB Gelding. I didn’t get him directly Off the track, though, I got him off a horse dealer. He was sound the first few days but he’s gotten lame with work (Not super intense, just walk, trot, cantering lightly). I was looking at his legs and it looks like he definitely had a bow at some point. I think it’s old because there is no heat, but it is also on the left leg which is the direction that he is lame on (Counter clockwise, perfectly sound going clockwise) so could it be the bow, or is something else causing his lameness? I’m worried it’s possibly chronic tendonitis. Does anyone have knowledge of chronic tendonitis.
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