Equine Head Flexion and Airway Inflammation (AAEP 2011)

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Respiratory noise occurs as a result of upper airway obstruction, which can lead to decreased performance. But this noise has rarely been examined in horses exercising with riders and with the animal's "normal" head carriage.

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