Horses with Extensive Sidebone Have an Increased Risk of Injury

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Imagine that after a thorough prepurchase examination, your veterinarian turns to you and says the horse has sidebone, meaning his lateral and medial cartilages of the foot that have "ossified," or hardened into bone. What should you do?

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