This is a textbook Quartercrack on an Arabian. Appearance wise, the injury looks to have been around awhile. Let's take a look inside!

The photo points out:
1. Crack into the Hoof structure that is causing the pain.

2. Yellow Horn indicating a long term problem in scare tissue build up.

3. Floating of the Quarter to relieve pressure to the injury.

This Crack needs to be stabilized so the Hoof structures can migrate together as one during the new Hoof growth.


The "Millennium Patch" application technique is applied to this Quartercrack and this Arabian is put right back in the excitement, and working that day.


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