Re: What's your tip for getting tablets into a horse?
What a nightmare for you! I had tips for getting a few tablets in, i.e. cutting tiny sections of apples and carrots, sliding the tablets in and then feeding a couple of normal sections of apple, a tablet filled section a normal section etc so that the horse doesn't know which the offending section(s) is. Also the molasses thing in feed but 85 tablets is a whole different ball game to a few so I'm really not sure. I think the only real way is srynging it in which I know you have tried and are struggling with but I honestly cannot think of any other way to get them into her system as she wont eat them any more. Could you use a chair or is she likely to knock you off that?
I know what you mean about sugar intollerance though, Coco used to be a nightmare with sugar kind of like a kid on e-numbers, even a handful of cool mix would send him stressy, spooky, bad tempered and bolshy so was on a completely sugar free diet. Now he is a bit older he can cope with a bit of sugar but still not a lot.
Good luck, I do really feel for you, you are fighting so hard to give her a good quality of life and manage her condition but she's not making it easy on you is she! I guess on the plus side she must be feeling better and has no problems giving you her opinion on the matter!