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Date Posted: 07:49:30 07/31/06 Mon
Author: Megan
Subject: locking stifles

Does any one here have problems with there friesians having locked stifles? I read about it on friesian crazy even before I got my horse but wasnt too worried about it. After he was home though, I was picking out his feet and noticed his back legs "popped" and than jerked up quickly. I thought it was because he was in quarintine and than stall bound but its now been a week and he has been out in the pastures everynight and it still happens when I pick up his back feet. What should I do about it if anything? Does it hurt?
Also, I wanted to post some pics and really havent got a clue as to how to do that. Can anyone explain how I can post a picture? I would like to put some up of Joep and me. Thanks

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