Equine Lameness for the Layman: Tools for Prompt Recognition, Accurate Assessment, and Proactive Management
by G. Robert Grisel
Lameness is the most common cause of poor performance in the horse. This makes management of his soundness over the long–term integral to both his general well–being and his ability to participate in recreational and competitive activities.
Unfortunately, most equine caretakers are unable to perceive abnormal movement in the horse, extending the period between the onset of a problem and its eventual treatment, and . . .