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Tendinitis is a troublesome disorder for many owners and trainers of highly competitive horses. In fact, some horsemen feel injury to the tendons and ligaments threatens an equine athlete's career more than fractures. The "bowed tendon" involves inflammation of the superficial flexor tendon, where an unsightly "bow," or bulge, will appear most often in the forelimb.

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