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ridden lameness exams in performance horses; Vet watching horse exercise

Ridden Lameness Exams in Performance Horses

A ridden lameness exam allows the veterinarian to watch the horse while doing its job and at other gaits besides the walk and trot, which can help veterinarians garner additional information about potential problems.

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Shoeing the Low-Heeled Horse

Some effects of the shoeing strategies farriers use to correct low heels in horses can actually be detrimental in the long run. Here’s how one farrier recommends correcting this frustrating lameness cause.

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