That was exactly my point.
Not your horse, not your ability to support her, I hope you didn't take my post as snapping at you?
It was the opposite.
Coming on here and asking for advice can get tricky sometimes. People can get mighty huffy before knowing all the facts.
It sounds like time, effort and money have been spent trying to get this mare sound.
If it hasn't worked and she has to be euthanized remember - that is kinder than letting her go down the road to an unknown future.
I admire you for trying to find a solution for your little sister's horse, and hope that all goes will with you and your baby.
Best of luck.
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