I have love this baby from afar since she was born. She hit the ground with presence! She belongs to the Barn Owner where I board. She is a weanling now. She had contracted tendons as a foal. Front. She was seen by the University and they suggested wrapping for a month. It was a success on the contracted tendon part, but she developed a pressure sore on her knee from bad bandaging. This sore was doctored appropriately by the BO, but her knee is thickened. Her foot on the "bum knee" side rotates inwards by a small degree (enough that I notice it, but my non horsey BF does not) ... She moves out well in every gait and does not show any lameness. I did not have a hand in her treatment or wrapping, so I am not sure exactly what transpired, so comments on the wrapping part are not going to help me ... lol ... In the late fall I officially met her up close and halter broke her for the BO when she was weaned and gave her a basic education ... and I loved this little girls brain .... wow ... We connected ... lol ... She is whip smart and a delight to be around. She is a well built girl, registered QH, with great conformation, and off a stud with admirable earnings in reining and a mare with some earnings in working cow horse and reining. She was offered to me for free, I have loved her since day one, so I took her on. I am having a farrier out to trim her before she goes home to my parents farm for the winter. This farrier is apparently "the best" with young stock ... At this point, hoping I have caught it early enough, can a turned in foot be brought back inline with "corrective" trimming over the next few years? I have a job for her if she isn't riding sound (buddy for my 9 year old retired from injury mare, whose current buddy is 24 and looking his age ... he won't be around forever), but if she could be brought into safe shape for light riding, I would be thrilled. Any thing I can do for her now that she is mine? Feed wise or anything that might help with her future ridability? And finally, I know this thread is useless without pictures, but I won't be seeing her until Saturday so I have nothing to offer until then.