Equine Tracheal Mucus Associated with Airborne Particulates

Even if he doesn't exhibit any outward signs of respiratory distress, an athletic horse constantly exposed to microscopic airborne particles could experience enough airway inflammation and tracheal mucus buildup to decrease his performance abilities.

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