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  • After splint surgery?

    My horse is almost 6 months post surgery and is walk trot cantering under saddle but my question is... is it normal for him to have a hard area around where the surgery was?
    He didn’t have the bone removed, just shaved down.
    Vet has cleared him back to work and he’s stayed sound so I assume it’s normal? It just feels very odd to touch
    He knows when you're happy, He knows when you're comfortable, He knows when you're confident, And he ALWAYS knows when you have carrots

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    Did you ask your vet.

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      Originally posted by enterata View Post
      Did you ask your vet.
      My vets looked at him several times since the surgery and hasn’t mentioned anything - it’s felt like this from day 1
      but will ask him directly in 2 weeks when he’s back out
      He knows when you're happy, He knows when you're comfortable, He knows when you're confident, And he ALWAYS knows when you have carrots

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