Horse B – the RF clearly showing the more worn and broken wall of the inside of this hoof. Dividing the hoof with a line through the frog from the toe to the heel, the medial side (on the right) is more narrow than lateral side. The frog does not look shrunken and the heels are not contracted but the medial sulcus is more narrow than the lateral and therefore is more prone to packing and not clearing the material.


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