In their lifetimes, most horses will suffer from lameness, at some point or another. Lameness itself is a change in a horse's gait,
whether caused by a physical injury or congenital. This causes a shift in the horse’s conformation away from it's normal
movement.|t’ could be caused by many different things, possible over trimming, laminitis, a nail that was set too close to the
hoof wall, congenital club foot, or club foot developed after birth - not to mention hoof damage that may have happened in the
pasture. There are many reasons your horse may be lame or may have gone lame.