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Bowed Tendons

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STEVE: A bow tendon, first of all you need to know where it is located. This is the front limb of a horse. Externally, on the outside here, we are looking in this area right here. This is the tendon … Continue reading

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Lameness

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STEVE: Lameness can come in, obviously, several varieties in lots of different levels of severity; from very, very subtle to very, very obvious. Typically I break down, and it’s a normal scale from the American Association of Equine Practitioners, a … Continue reading

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Sound Movements

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STEVE: The sound movement of a horse should reflect probably just like everything else – horse’s attitude, their brightness, alertness this sort of thing. Along with that, when a horse is bright and alert they tend to be sound. When … Continue reading

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