Sorry, not great views... the only place to jog him is in the aisle, so it's hard to get good video. I don't dare take him outside or in the indoor. I was going to walk him around the barn a bit, just for a change of scenery, but when we started down the short aisle to the indoor, he started rearing and getting nutty. I already talked to my vet about tranqs for when he's able to start turnout again.
Good news, I don't think we'll have to go to Cornell for his follow up xrays! My vet's xray is strong enough, but there's a clinic that should be able to do it... my vet called them about it, and they took some practice xrays on a horse to see if they could get the view, haha. I don't know if I have to go there or if they can come to me, but even if I have to go there, it's 40 miles as opposed to 140 miles to Cornell.
Here's his cyst:
Really really hoping we're in the home stretch now!
Oh, speaking of the home stretch.... I was bored the other day and looking up stuff about Riv, and I found this article on Bloodhorse... back in 2005, River was helping one of his stablemates prep for the Kentucky Derby!