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Unsoundness & Blemishes
Definitions Unsoundness –Any deviation in structure or function that interferes with a horse's intended use or performance Blemishes –Abnormalities which do not affect the intended use of the horse
Definitions continued Serviceably Sound –Structural problems/deviations which may have only limited affect on the horse's ability to perform
DEFINITIONS Continued ARTHRITIS DESMITIS SPRAIN STRAIN SYNOVITIS TENDINITIS WINDPUFF
GENERAL UNSOUNDNESS HEAVES OR BROKEN WIND ROARING PHOTOSENSITIZATION
GENERAL UNSOUNDNESS BLINDNESS UNDERSHOT JAW PARROT MOUTH HERNIA
FOOT lBruised Sole/Corn lHoof Imbalance lLaminitis lNavicular
FOOT lCracks lBrittle feet lContracted heels lQuittor
FOOT lSidebones lThrush
NEUROMUSCULAR AND TENDON AFFLICITIONS BOWED TENDON
NEUROMUSCULAR AND TENDON AFFLICITIONS CONTRACTED TENDONS STRINGHALT SWEENEY STIFLED
INFLAMMATION OF BURSAE AND TENDON SHEATHS Capped HockCapped Elbow
FISTULOUS WITHERS NAVICULAR POLL EVIL INFLAMMATION OF BURSAE AND TENDON SHEATHS
THOROUGHPIN INFLAMMATION OF BURSAE AND TENDON SHEATHS
ARTHRITIS, OSTEITIS AND PERIOSTITIS BUCKED SHINS OSSELETS SESAMOIDITIS
ARTHRITIS, OSTEITIS AND PERIOSTITIS RINGBONE
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ARTHRITIS, OSTEITIS AND PERIOSTITIS Bone Spavin - Osteoarthritis
DESMITISES CURB SPLINT
Most Common Unsoundnesses Bowed Tendons - tearing flexor tendons –usually in front, low weak pasterns, deep surface Splints - pulled metacarpal ligament –Ca deposits on upper cannon bone - offset knees Navicular - erosion of distal sesamoid in heel –often steep pasterns, small foot, contracted heels Laminitis - chronic founder, damaged laminae –often obesity, over eating, concussion Spavins - hock problems, posty or sickle hocked
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