Rae recently was seen limping on her front right leg. We had our vet out to look at her and she was diagnosed with white line separation. We treated Rae four times a week with Venice Turpentine, but when out farrier came out a week or so later, she noticed a large and sensitive stone bruise in Rae’s right front hoof. With this diagnosis, we began wrapping Rae’s foot in an Epsom salt poultice duct tape boot and turning her into a stall at night. Rae handled being separated from her filly herd very well and is a quiet, well-behaved horse in her stall. She seems to be walking a lot better lately, but we’re still being very cautious!