We have had him since he was born, never as chunky as his barn buddies, but he looked very fit. We always fed our horses Alfalfa. The younger ones would get a little sweet feed, the ones over 10yrs got senior horse pellets. A few years ago, our older horses started going lame. Plus, we had a horse which had navicular surgery (at 5yrs) who was never sound after. Since our horse shoer has bugged me for years that all of my horses were too fat, I gradually switched their feed from Alfalfa to Bermuda, much to the horses displeasure! Now – all of the horses are sound and ride-able! However, our 25 yr old gelding has lost much weight. They all get wormed on a schedule, and the old ones have had their teeth done. Food doesn’t fall from his mouth while eating – he just hates to eat Bermuda! My husband wants to switch him back to Alfalfa – but I believe his lameness will come back. I was thinking about feeding him Alfalfa/Bermuda pellets, topped with Senior. I tried warm beet pulp at one point but none of our horses would eat it! Any suggestions?