Maddie is rehabbing due to an unknown injury she had before coming to the rescue. Maddie is a sweet 11 year old Standardbred mare who was saved by another organization from a kill lot. When we picked her up she had a head wound that was using puss, she was severely underweight, so stressed out that she would stand in one corner of her pen all day and weave back and forth. Her biggest issue was the fact that she had no balance, when she turned she almost fell, she only did a slow walk with an odd gait in her back end and struggled getting up when she laid down. Since coming to the rescue Maddie has been tested for everything under the sun, EPM, Kissing Spine, equine herpes, lyme disease you name it with her panel coming back clean. She currently has been under going a combination of chiropractic and pulse therapy. Maddie has turned so many corners you would not recognize her from day one. As pictured she now moves around her pen and the entire pasture with ease, she still is unsteady a bit in her back end (will never be rode again) but she trots, gallops and rolls with ease. She will continue care with us and eventually we will add joint supplements to her diet. Maddie still has a ways to go in rehab but we are so excited about the progress she has made so far! Side note, she has been in rehab for almost a year now, this is a slow process that we will not give up on and we continue to see her get stronger.