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Shoulder and Front Leg

Equine Serratus Thoracis Muscle

A horse with serratus thoracis dysfunction will show signs of soreness in the girth area and withers. He will tend to lift one front leg higher than the other and will sometimes drag a front foot.

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Equine Triceps Brachii Muscle

A horse with triceps brachii dysfunction will have a shortened stride and may exhibit lameness at an extended trot. When at rest the horse will often keep his knee bent and weight of the leg.

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Equine Latissimus Dorsi Muscle

A horse with latissimus dorsi dysfunction will react when the cinch is tightened. The horse will have a shortened stride and my exhibit lameness on the affected side.

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Equine Infraspinatus Muscle

A horse with infraspinatus dysfunction will have a shortened stride and soreness and or lameness in the shoulder. He will tend to stand with the knee bent keeping weight off the front leg on the affected side.

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Equine Supraspinatus Muscle

A horse with supraspinatus dysfunction has a shortened stride and exhibits lameness in the shoulder. He will often stand with his knee bent on the affected side.

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Equine Trapezius Muscle

A horse with trapezius muscle dysfunction will have a shortened stride, have problems picking up leads, and exhibit soreness in the girth area and around the withers.

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