Limb Anatomy & Physiology

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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered

Q. I have an off-track Thoroughbred I purchased with a mild suspensory strain. His hock on the affected leg is always warm compared his other hock and knees. Could this mean he's compensating for the suspensory injury?

A. Read the Vet's Answer

Old Horses: Better With Age

Keep 'Em Moving, Part II

After Dorado sustained a serious laceration and faced several weeks of stall rest, Erica reflected on the golden rule for keeping senior horses active: Keep them moving.