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What to do for horses that ‘knuckle over’ due to acquired flexural deformity

Flexural deformities of the forelimbs in horses can be either congenital (present at birth) or acquired (develops over time as the young horse grows, or secondary to severe injury). Acquired flexural deformities of both the fetlock and coffin joints are a relatively common finding in Quarter Horses, along with many other breeds. Acquired deformity of […]