How many trot sets and calories does a horse require to get Rolex-ready? Join "Forty" as he preps for the grueling test.
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Researchers believe polyacrylamide hydrogel (PAAG) could have a long-lasting cushioning effect on arthritic joints.
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Researchers say inertial measurement units could aid in more accurate veterinary diagnoses and performance evaluations.
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