You guys are awesome, thank you so much for looking after Taruni. - Sue from Greenbank
Yes, the earlier any leg deviations can be assessed, the better chance we have to successfully treat them. When breeding we recommend that you get a post-foaling check 12 to 24 hours after the foal’s birth (unless the foal appears unwell, isn’t drinking, etc), as the vet may be able to pick up on any conformation issues at this time. If you’re concerned about your foal’s legs after the preliminary vet check, please call us again as foal’s legs can change with growth and environmental circumstances.