I have a very handsome 20 yr old Quarab gelding, who was my first horse, and is showing signs of his age. He has dropping fetlocks, which forced us to put him into a semi-retired life style. At first they wern't that bad, but now as he gets older they are dropped a lot, and basically touch the ground when he moves. His back legs are the worst... So what should I do? I have been wrapping his legs in polos when he goes out (I know not the greatest because they can come undone, but he is older and has no energy and is turned out with a also lazy pony) and specifically wrap under his fetlocks, and it seems to prevent the fetlocks from flexing to the ground. I thought of possibly getting him Sports Medicine Boots for all four and turning him out with them, but there so expensive, I'd hate to buy him a set and not have them work (so if anybody has any that are in good shape and they want to get rid of them cheep I'd be interseted ) Does anybody have any ideas????