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Unless a horse develops an injury or other condition with a veterinarian present, the chances of its receiving immediate veterinary care are slim. That's why it's important an owner knows how to help his or her injured horse until the veterinarian arrives. "There are many things an owner can do, and doing those things will help me even before I get there," says Dean Hendrickson, DVM, MS, Dipl.

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