P PA PAS PAST PASTE PASTER PASTERN PASTERNS
mid-metacarpal or pastern
) was randomly (coin toss) selected and performed according to FACKELMAN et al.
'He ran well on his debut to finish second to Norse Dancer last year but then he split his near-fore pastern
There are some horse owners and farriers who believe that all horses should have the same angles, no matter what the slope of the pastern
They tweeted: "After a lengthy surgery to fuse the pastern
St Nicholas Abbey is recuperating in intensive care at John Halley's Fethard Equine Hospital.
INJURY St Nicholas Abbey needs surgery on a fractured pastern
"Wunderwood went for a gallop at Mornington racecourse, and in the warm-up he faltered and broke his near pastern
," said Racing Victoria director of racing operations Leigh Jordan.
He was still going strongly at the third from home and looking the biggest danger to eventual winner Desert Orchid, but fell, suffering a multiple fracture of the near-hind pastern
which resulted in him being put down.
Champion jockey Tony McCoy quickly pulled him up and clerk of the course Robert Bellamy said: 'Montalcino broke his near hind pastern
. 'A P' said it happened just after they came over the brow of the hill and it's very sad.'
THE future of high-class hurdler Atours is in the balance as the eight-year-old struggles to recover from a pastern
The Ballynonty trainer lost high-class Ventana Canyon last week when his 20-length Arkle Trophy winner smashed a pastern
on the gallops.
The four-year-old was found to have damaged his front left fetlock, pastern
and tendons when slipping after the line in the Takarazuka Kinen, but will be able to take up stallion duties at his owner's Northern Farm next year.