cannon bone


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greatly developed metatarsal or metacarpal bone in the shank or cannon part of the leg in hoofed mammals

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Once the measurements were collected, nonlinear regression analyses were performed, using the mathematical model of RICHARDS (1959) for body height and thoracic perimeter and that of BRODY (1945) for cannon bone perimeter.
He chipped a little bone on the back of his cannon bone but it is absolutely perfect now," said Russell.
The brilliant winner of the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes fractured his near-fore cannon bone on the gallops in Newmarket on Saturday.
Sir Michael Stoute's four-year-old colt fractured his near-fore cannon bone on the gallops in Newmarket yesterday.
HARBINGER'S career is in the balance after the brilliant colt fractured his near-fore cannon bone on the gallops in Newmarket.
However, X-rays have revealed that the five-year-old entire has a hairline fracture of the cannon bone.
The groove shows where two bones fuse together into something called a "cannon bone"--a defining characteristic of mammals from the group "even-toed" ungulates, which includes antelopes, deer, camels, and many domestic animal lineages such as pigs, sheep, goats, and cattle.
The Dunlop-trained four-year-old has been off the track since she suffered a stress fracture to her near-fore cannon bone in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot at York.
Rutland's Milla Healey is second with Zarzoo and former European Young Rider gold medallist Kitty Boggis, from Bampton, Oxford, is third on Five Boys, who has made a complete recovery from fracturing a cannon bone a week before last year's Badminton
Along with the cannon bone and the long pastern, they make up the fetlock joint.
The news is that Tidal Bay has a tiny stress fracture of the lower cannon bone on his right-hind leg.
Unfortunately for connections, and the sport as a whole, those dreams have now gone up in smoke after the colt fractured his near-fore cannon bone in a routine gallop on Saturday.
The brilliant winner of the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes, owned by Highclere Thoroughbred Racing, fractured his near-fore cannon bone during a routine spin on the gallops in Newmarket.
The brilliant winner of the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes fractured his near-fore cannon bone during a routine spin on the gallops in Newmarket on Saturday.
Byline: Five-year-old horse ruled out of Tuesday's big race with hairline fracture of the cannon bone