We just moved to MD three weeks ago to literally, greener pastures. My horse (quarterhorse mix, 13 yrs old) is suddenly very sore on his front legs and doesn't want to move forward. He is an extremely easy keeper and we thought he might be trying to founder since he is on lush pastures. There is no heat in his legs nor any swelling. I did call the vet--he will come out tomorrow morning if he isn't any better after Buting him today. So I guess my question is--if caught early enough, will he have problems the rest of his life if he is foundering? He has NEVER foundered before--we have moved all over the country with my 2 horses as we are a military family and have always taken all of our animals when we move, so I dont think it is the stress of moving. I'm really worried. Can anybody share any experiences with me in regards to how your horse handled a situation like this?