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Wild mustangs with congenital & acquired deformities

Re: Wild mustangs with congenital & acquired deformities

Postby spottygiraffe » Sat Aug 15, 2015 11:00 am

Trudi wrote:Interestingly my new trimmer found Chapiro's left fore was imbalanced in the heels so he took the mid-way option; we will see if he grows the imbalance back and if he does we will assume he needs it. Think I mentioned this on M-E's thread but Moo grew bars for a couple of months when we got to England- then he lost them!

Interesting! Keep us posted on Chaps and I wonder what was going on with Moo and his bars? Sounds like it couldn't have just been a change in terrain. I'd love to know!
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Re: Wild mustangs with congenital & acquired deformities

Postby Trudi » Sat Aug 15, 2015 3:55 pm

Me too Sarah, I know the bars can grow very quickly- perhaps it was as a result of travelling- all sorts of unusual balance and presssures going on in the foot and limbs.
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