I have just moved my horse to a new agistment place. I noticed today he had a bit of liquid come out just after he pooped. Back story: developed mild laminitis last year. All ok now, sound, diet being watched. On Founderguard, chaff, hay, stabled at night. Jenny Craig paddock during the day. A few days prior to being moved to new agistment, I notice poo looked a little softer than usual (mongrel grass started to spring up, even though in a bare paddock), but I did not notice any runny liquid after pooping. Now I have moved my horse, his poo is still pellets, but soft and he does a bit of liquid after the pellets come out. The new jenny craig paddock he is in has a big corner of new grass coming through (thanks to the rain, a lot of it under shade though). Do I get him off this grass? he is not stepping short, pulses are normal. He is a little nervous as everything is so new to him at his agistment place, could it be nerves? Could it be that he water/grass is different to his old place? Or something more sinister due to his previosu history of laminitis. Help! Will ring vet tomorrow for advice... Thanks, I just would like to check with fellow stockies about this as i don't know anyone else who has had a laminitic horse...cheers.