I've read and been told that this happens in miniatures a lot, but, I need feedback from real mini horse people. I got my 6 year old gelding last December and he started out doing this occasionally, or at least I didn't see it. It was winter, hubby and I got covid, then felt like crud afterwards for a few weeks, so I didn't see him as often as I should have or usually would have. Now he is pretty bad but it unsticks after he gets going and especially at a trot. I don't exercise him as much as he should be. Please don't everybody start saying go to the vet, go to the vet. I am about tired of vets telling me radiographs are the only way to see what's going on. I haven't been to the vet with him yet, but, every time I take my regular horse, that's what I hear. Now I'm not hating on vets, or x-rays, because they're both very necessary at times. However, that's not always the first thing that needs to be said. To me, this is a visual exam and it's pretty obvious what the problem is. Please help me if you can give me any help.