A New Theory About Equine Foot Physiology

A Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine researcher has pieced together a new picture of equine foot physiology that suggests vascular systems in horse hooves function in much the same way that air- or gel-filled shoes do.

“Moving liquids are the best way to dissipate energy, “ said Robert Bowker, a professor in the

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