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Synonyms for pastern

the part between the fetlock and the hoof

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However, he revealed yesterday: "Finian's Rainbow has a nasty cut into his pastern.
Coolmore tweeted: "St Nicholas Abbey suffered a fractured pastern during a routine piece of work at Ballydoyle this morning.
Logologically PASTERN is, in my view, the most charadeable of all words in the English language.
They subsequently found their star performer to be suffering from a pastern injury and have made the decision to call time on his racing career for fear of the problem developing into something more serious.
It was a crushing blow for Williams, who said: "He shattered a pastern the second he landed.
Meade's stable star has been in Troytown Hospital since New Year's Day having had an operation to remove a piece of birch from his off-hind pastern.
He is long in the pastern so I wonder if real fast ground in the summertime would be against him, so we will take one step at a time.
She said: "He knocked a chip of bone off his near-fore pastern but the ligaments have suffered the real damage.
Hawk Flyer, a leading fancy for the Seabiscuit St Leger, has been put down after fracturing a pastern.
Phoenix Reach was making only his third racecourse appearance in a career that was very nearly ended by a severe split pastern on his near-fore leg last year.
Rick Arthur described the injury as ``soft-tissue damage'' to the back of Soul of the Matter's pastern (below the ankle), probably strained ligaments.
Holding the hoof up in the air and grasping the hoof or pastern, the farrier tilts the hoof and looks at the bottom surface from heel to toe.
ST NICHOLAS ABBEY is struggling to overcome a life-threatening hoof condition in his fight to recover from a fractured pastern, the Coolmore Stud reported yesterday.
St Nicholas Abbey made history at Epsom in June when becoming the only horse to win the Coronation Cup for a third time, but it was to prove his final race as he suffered a badly fractured pastern in routine exercise at Ballydoyle in July when being prepared for a tilt at the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.
ST Nicholas Abbey is recuperating in intensive care after undergoing complex surgery on a career-ending injury to a pastern.