Protect Horses from Exhaustion and Overheating

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A horse asked to perform strenuous exercise often is pushed to the limits of his body's mechanisms to recover. In most cases, these mechanisms allow the horse to finish the exercise with no problem. Sometimes, however, the horse's ability to recover is inadequate, putting the horse into a shock-like state. This means that more than one organ--such as the muscles, kidneys, central nervous

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