Please bear with me on this 'book' of a post. I don't want to leave anything out, and really need some ideas if anyone has any that can help. A while back in the health section I asked if there was anything we could do to help a young buck's back legs get stronger. He seems very flexible from the hock down. Proper hoof trimming is definitely part of it, but I wonder if there is anything else we can do to help strengthen his back legs. He is strong, but stands funny, his outside toe on each foot seems to roll under even with some corrective trimming, which makes his hocks roll outward. He is such a nice boy, my son wants to show him in an ABGA show, so I am really stressing about getting him ready. I have a farrier friend who is going to trim him again for me. I feel he has been getting enough selenium, but wonder about Vit E? 3/05 (born) Selenium E Gel 4/05 Selenium E Gel 4/19 Selenium E Gel 5/09 1/2cc Bo-Se (guessing he was 60-65lbs) 7/03 Selenium E Gel Noticed his back feet got worse in the last month, especially mid July. This is his feed, although he doesn't like to eat the 'dust' so I need to find out what that is, if it's the mineral pack, then he's not getting the full benefit of the minerals. He gets a tiny bit of this feed as well since this is what they eat outside of show season We are currently using Manna Pro minerals but they don't really eat them. Video was taken about a month ago right before first trimming with farrier Day after trimming He's back to walking like he did in the 1st video, and stands really goofy on those back feet. He's a very nice young buck, and would love for him to be at his full potential. I don't know if there is a supplement we could try, or something we can add to help correct him? Vitamin E? Copper? Surely he's had enough Selenium? Too much Selenium? Or just the way he is? Pics from about a week ago - The older buck in this drive is his sire. For size comparison, the buck in front of him is about 4+ months older.