Lameness is one of the most common conditions we see in horses. It is a major cause of poor performance and may not always be obvious to the owner or trainer. This is because detection of mild lameness, particularly hindlimb or multiple limb lameness, requires a trained eye. Careful examination by our equine veterinarians will detect these subtle yet important problems. From a lameness investigation, we aim to provide a diagnosis, prognosis, and recommendations specifically for your horse. Click here to learn more about the lameness investigation process.