Dealing With Dirt Being Kicked in Racehorses’ Eyes

Dr. Scott Palmer discusses how horses and trainers deal with dirt and debris being kicked in racehorses’ eyes during races.
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Dr. Scott Palmer discusses how horses and trainers deal with dirt and debris being kicked in racehorses’ eyes during races.

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Scott E. Palmer, V.M.D. is the owner and hospital director of the New Jersey Equine Clinic in Clarksburg NJ. He is currently Chairman of the AAEP Racing Committee.

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