Beta-Aminoproprionitrile Fumarate (BAPN)

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In April of 1993, Ohio's 1992 Champion Sprinter Onion Roll suffered a catastrophic bowed tendon. The injury was so painful for the horse that Onion Roll's owners, Ed and Wendy Cash, were brokenheartedly considering euthanasia. About that time, the Cashes heard about an experimental drug and rehabilitation program being tested on horses suffering from bowed tendons. Believing Onion Roll

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