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New research on foot lameness [H&H VIP]


  • A new study reveals some surprising facts about lameness, says Peter Green MRCVS

    The old adage “no foot, no horse” came about because of the frequency and prevalence of foot-related lameness in working horses. Foot abscesses, bruises, corns, laminitis, not to mention the range of chronic low-grade internal foot problems like palmar foot pain and coffin joint disease — all figure highly in the clinical records of most working horse populations.