Exercise Study Reveals Anatomical Potential for Fetlock Injury

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Previous studies have shown that bones develop to suit the purpose routinely required of them; therefore, would young horses in regular work from the time they are foals have stronger musculoskeletal tissues then those left to mature in pasture? Chris Kawcak, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, and the Global Equine Research Alliance researched this issue. Kawcak presented their findings regarding

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