Daisy is now retired. We decided to retire her after only 2 years with TRC due to her previous jumping career and time as a lesson horse, which both took a toll on her before we adopted her. She developed laminitis, which is a debilitating inflammation of the laminae in the hoof. After six months of recovery and thousands of dollars in vet bills, she has recovered enough to retire to pasture life. She currently takes medications for Cushings, a condition similar to human diabetes, so she now needs a low-sugar and no-treats diet. We continue to pay for our retired horses when they are put out to pasture.