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        10-16-2008, 06:18 PM
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    Well at least you know what it is! That's always a relief- tendon problems are NOT fun. Good on you for getting the vet out.
    Again haha, my horse is the same- fine on soft ground (like our sandy arena) but as soon as you take him on concrete or stones... it's OW MUMMY OW! I'll be getting my boy reshod again soon as well.
         
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