Ranger is a teenage Morgan gelding that began bodywork (specifically for the Masterson Method) in Spring of 2019. Ranger had an accident 5-6 years prior with a saddle slipping between his hind legs and a lot of miles covered by himself out of fear. This has lead to a lot of compensation and protection in his body. I believe he had a few other therapists work with him in the time between incident and becoming part of the Elevated Equine Program but it was not the fit for him.
By late spring of 2019, his pigeon toed appearance had improved - see photos below.
By Summer of 2019 he could tuck his pelvis, after the glutes being insensitive to the reflexes needed.
By late Summer of 2019 he would stand square with a level pelvis when viewed from the back.
Ranger has compounding issues including metabolic problems common in Morgans, which his owner noticed an escalation in post injury that lead to us having him on a maintenance schedule to continually work through the compensation and needs of his body.