I have the medical info: results are scarred tissue around the lyphnodes of her leg preventing removal of fluid
It is managed with a standing wrap when she is not on turn out or in work. She only is brought in two times a day for feeding and sometimes on cold nights. Work keeps the fluid away. And no skin irritation, I am a stickler for keeping legs clean and fungus free.
Nothing is really wrong with her just was curious if anyone else has dealt with this same anomaly
Well it can be a lot of things..... You want to make sure there is not a skin irritation or if it's worse after you ride? Does your horse go in all day turn out?
If no to all the above then you need to put no bow standing bandages on her after you work.
Only in the middle region around her inner and outer splint bones
It depends on where it is on the leg? hock, fetlock, etc?
Just fluid. Managed with standing wraps when not turned out or in work
Does it swell or is it just fluid?