Re: Chicy Coronary Band


Her stall is dry. Gets cleaned 6 times daily. Dry lot is dry too except for 1 early morning rain a couple of days ago. She is now in a stall and no access to dry lot but can go into hallway of barn to visit with other horses in the dry lot at back of barn. 

They look fine today. I had a mare many years ago who was in foal and her coronary band separated from hoof in areas. I was told by my vet at the time ( different part of country than I am now) that he had seen that in other bred mares but it never created any problems. He said the baby utilizes nutrition that normally go to the mares feet so he felt that is what was going on. This was about 30 years ago.  I am sure we know more now than then. 
Janet and Chicy
Chester SC

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