Interesting, 2 years ago, I took my horses to Tufts. This horse flexed positive in what they thought was R stiffle, they then blocked the stiffle and the horse was sound. This time there were no blocks, but when he flexed the say RIGHT stiffle, he would be on the LEFT side of the horse flexing the joint up and lateral
Yes he would pass now. And his Xrays were good. I have his complete vet record and relatively speaking he is cleaner than the vets anticipate for a PSG horse in there early teens
Stifles would worry me as a buyer more than the hocks, but at the same time it is hard to just flex the stifles, so is the vet sure the stifles were positive, or is it that the hocks/stifles were flexed at the same time, and one of the two (or both) showed positive flexions?
But...if someone vetted the horse now, it would pass right? I guess as a buyer, I would appreciate your honesty. At the same time I would want to know that the injections do last for more than a couple weeks. If the horse stays happy/sound, with no secondary soreness, I would not expect the price to be dropped based on this.