Grey (Guest Post-Kevin Schreiner)

In the summer of 2008. I hurt my horse at a rodeo. I took him to the vets and they said it was soft tissue damage to turn him out. I turned him out for a year then back to the vets. They found a bone spur on his navicular and said he would need regular injections and would never be sound. I started getting his feet done by Ian Zoerb. With no injections he went on to win the 2009 team roping at the Canadian Finals. He is still sound today.
This shows greys left front in balance, this is the reason for being sound today
Note; When Kevin first brought Grey to me he had under run heels and was out of balance medial lateral.I believe that these are the main causes of navicular.