This is a TextBook " Quartercrack" on a Jumping horse. Let's take a look inside on the picture below.

See how deep the crack appears to run into the Horn of the Hoof

"A" - points out the injury is right into the Coronary Band.

"B" - Yellowness of the Sensitive Laminae, indicating scar tissue. This is the natural process of the Hoof, shedding the injured tissue.

"C" - points to the Hoof Horn anatomy

"D" - points out the Hoof Wall anatomy.


The "Millennium Patch" application technique has been applied stabilizing the injury so this horse can be put back into the excitement the next day!


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