Support-limb laminitis forces leading Thoroughbred stallion Thorn Park out of service in New Zealand  « The Informant (NZ) | Hoofcare and Lameness | Scoop.it
Leading stallion Thorn Park has been withdrawn from service for the remainder of the breeding season after contracting laminitis in a hind foot.


@HoofcareJournal writes: What began as a puncture wound in the stallion's sole turned into a classic case of support-limb laminitis in the opposite foot.


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