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This is a very extensive section that is virtually impossible to cover everything in. It must be stated that this section, like all others, is intended as a guide only. If you think your horse has a problem then the best person to talk to is your Vet.

Should you have an experience that you think could help others then feel free to send it in to us for inclusion in the site. If your horse developes a problem and you feel that you can do it, please document everything (photo's would be greatly appreciated) and send it in.

Also, if there is something you can't find, drop me a line and I'll try and get that sorted.

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