Samples Needed for Wobbler Syndrome Research

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On a warm spring night everyone in the barn is eagerly awaiting a new foal's arrival. The wait is rewarded with the birth of a big, strong, and beautiful colt. During the next 12 months the foal thrives. The owners dream of having a future champion until one morning the farm manager notices the colt's gait is abnormal, and he looks somewhat incoordinated (ataxic) in his hindquarters.

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