Discussion in 'Farrier Advice For Horses With Lameness Issues' started by Delight Craddock, May 21, 2012.
Don't be "sorry". Just remember "it is a sign of weakness"..... LJG
Most "Sequestrums" I've seen have been on the scapulas of horses loading on trialers or coming out of race gates. In the feet, abnormal gaits leading to improper impact and load characteristics. IMEs.....
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