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    07-04-2012, 04:08 AM
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Weanling
That makes sense-- about not being more easily bruised than other hooves, just showing it more. I didn't even know horses could bruise their hooves, even though I'd heard the term rock bruise before with my used- to- be tender footed mare. -eyeroll-
     
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