EQUUS - - Handson -

a., b. and c. Each of th­ese can stress the fi­brous con­nec­tive tis­sues that at­tach bone to mus­cle, lead­ing to in­jury that is slow to heal or may even re­sult in per­ma­nent lameness. On the other hand, work­ing on hard foot­ing is more likely to lead to con­cus­sive in­juries to bone rather than ten­don dam­age.

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