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Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 01 Oct 2009 04:19 #1

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www.thehorse.com/ViewArticle.aspx?ID=757

The diagnosis of a graveled horse is usually not difficult.
It is one that should be investigated in cases where lameness occurs shortly after the farrier has trimmed and shod a horse. Properly called suppurative pododermatitis, it is an infection that manifests itself in the sensitive parts of the hoof and sometimes undermines the sole.
While the name might lead you to believe that it is caused by a piece of gravel getting into the white line of the hoof and working its way out the top of the foot at the coronary band, the actual cause more likely a particle of sand or soil that introduces bacteria to the white line area and results in an infection inside the hoof wall.

The typical scenario of a graveled horse is a horse in which an infection enters the white line area of the hoof via a close nail, or a hoof with a wall defect or separation, all of which allow soil into the softer white line area. The hoof then becomes painful, and the infection works its way up the wall of the hoof to break out as an abscess at the coronary band. It follows the path of least resistance.

"Gravel" also can occur under the bars instead of at the white line. This type of "gravel" will keep the horse off of its heel, so that it walks on its toe. This type emerges as an abscess at the bulbs of the heel instead of at the coronary band. Equally as common, both types of gravel require the same treatment regimen.

Initially the infection may occur and not bother the horse. The reason for this is that the infection starts out at the ground surface, and when it is low on the hoof, the horse is not bothered by it. However, when the infection makes its way up to the sensitive areas of the hoof, the horse becomes lame, sometimes to the extent of giving the appearance of having a broken leg! The horse often has a low grade fever.

This scenario alarms many horse owners because the horse becomes extremely lame with a very swollen leg. Congestion of the blood vessels in the leg causes tendons to become painful and swollen, mimicking a tendon injury. The horse does not want to bear any weight on it.

The first thing your veterinarian may ask when he suspects the horse might be graveled is: "Has your horse been shod recently?"

When a horse comes up lame shortly after being shod (within two weeks), it is possible that one of the nails was driven too close to the white line and allowed moist soil to enter the porous white line area. After the moist soil has penetrated the wall of the hoof, bacteria sets up housekeeping in the white line area and works its way up the hoof wall. Then, the weight bearing, or the packing from the repeated pounding of the hoof on the ground, will drive the infection higher into the foot.

Treating the graveled horse consists of pulling the offending nail or the shoe in order to find the affected area of the hoof. The infected area is trimmed and allowed to drain, which relieves the pressure. To pull the remaining infection out of the hoof, a poultice is applied to keep the infection from progressing to the coronary band. The poultice can be applied in a special boot with a nylon bottom and a cotton ankle. It consists of a mixture of two parts wheat bran to one part Epsom salt, and warm water with a tablespoon of Absorbine added to it. Every 48 hours, the poultice should be changed, and twice a day, it should be rehydrated with a two ounce syringe of warm water.

Even with the poultice in place, the infection sometimes will emerge as an abscess at the coronary band. Once drainage has begun, and the pressure is released from the hoof capsule, the horse should become sound again.

Even with a fast onset that produces black or brown pus, the horse should recover in two to four days, if the poultice is applied immediately after establishing drainage. If the infection starts from a misdriven nail, the horse should still recover in four days if the poultice is quickly applied after pulling the nail or shoe. However, if the horse is suffering from other types of hoof disease or a problem such as laminitis, then the recovery time will be longer, depending on the severity of the other problems. If the inflammation was caused by trimming the hoof too short, then it will just be a matter of time until the hoof grows out. Bute or other NSAIDs, along with the poultice, can help alleviate soreness in the absence of infection.

Typically the shoe can be re-applied two to four days after treatment begins, although it might take up to a week. After the shoe has been on for a couple of days, the horse usually is able to begin work. Take it slow and start out walking the horse, then work up to trotting.

Maintaining a regular schedule with your farrier is the best way to prevent a graveled horse. The timely trimming and resetting of shoes by a qualified farrier is important to the overall health of the hooves. Daily foot care by the owner also is very important. Treat each horse individually when it comes to scheduling a farrier's visit; some horses need attention to their hooves every four weeks, while others can go up to six weeks between visits. When it comes to graveled horses, it is usually the foot that has a little too much toe or an excessive bar that ends up being affected by this condition. With this in mind, keep your farrier trimming your horse on a regular basis.

Seek the advice of a qualified veterinarian before proceeding with any diagnosis, treatment, or therapy.
Mark Anthony Amor
If we want anymore excrement like that outta you we'll squeese ya head :eek:
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 01 Oct 2009 23:16 #2

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I see you got your spell checker fixed Red.:D:D

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"As I see it, good enough is never good enough, it's just an excuse for mediocrity. If every shoeing ain't worth your best shot, you're just going through the motions." Tom Stovall, CJF
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 02 Oct 2009 02:41 #3

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No Just
Its not my artical
un wotz rong wif me spellin ani ways:(:o:cool:

read the bottum line Maaaate
Mark Anthony Amor
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 02 Oct 2009 07:59 #4

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try using a full stop at the end.
common sense is not needed when you have rules
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 18 Oct 2009 19:03 #5

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Good, concise article, thanks for pointing it out Red.

A rightous man regardeth the life of his beast. Proverbs 12:10
I don't give a damn for a man who can only spell a word one way. Mark Twain
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 18 Apr 2010 01:40 #6

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Thanks for posting that, Red, damned if I'll ever ride on a gravel road again, shod or no.
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 18 Apr 2010 14:21 #7

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Red,

You say "yarn" like you do not believe in what it is saying.

The bottom line is... ask a Vet?

Tony
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 18 Apr 2010 16:39 #8

Red Amor wrote:
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When a horse comes up lame shortly after being shod (within two weeks), it is possible that one of the nails was driven too close to the white line and allowed moist soil to enter the porous white line area. After the moist soil has penetrated the wall of the hoof, bacteria sets up housekeeping in the white line area and works its way up the hoof wall. Then, the weight bearing, or the packing from the repeated pounding of the hoof on the ground, will drive the infection higher into the foot.

In my experience all the good shoer's drive nails as far outside the white line as possible.:confused:
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 18 Apr 2010 18:53 #9

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spot on shoeing wrote:
In my experience all the good shoer's drive nails as far outside the white line as possible.:confused:

And I don't believe that thel infection if driven into the hoof by concussion, either. I believe the critters find their own way up the cracks.
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 19 Apr 2010 13:14 #10

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all good farriers drive their nails on the outside edge of the white line,that is what makes a proper handmade shoe superior to ready mades, because you have the ability to place and pitch the nailhole where it should really be
chris
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RE:Um what do you Guys think of this yarn 20 Apr 2010 13:58 #11

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The old vanishing sand trick again , funny how only the infection seems to travel up & breaks out at the cornet , yet the sand an abrasive that's suppose to introduces the host or hosts & carry the infective to where its high enough to make the coronet the lest resistance simply vanishes , now if you prick or press a horse the nail is usually driven to deep or to high inflicting injury & introducing the host or hosts, infection to will travel to the lest resistances usually only breaking out at the coronet if the infection is high & the object not removed , if the infection is court sooner then later & the inflicting object removed the abscess will most likely drain to the direction that the object injury occurred from most times the bottom of the foot as it is the lest resistant , then there's is the abscess that a lot cant get there head around namely bare foots & toe dumping farriers , these are the abscess caused by no bug being introducer they are simply those of pressure or concussion (bruising ) theses are due to death or damage to normal healthy tissues that can not be broken down & absorbed by the immune system & thus treated the same as any other foreign body in which case a abscess forms, as for articles as the one posted there's some right & wrong information contained in them, when you have treated as may abscess as I have over the years & witnessed first hand the contents that the **** expelled contained, you wouldn't be writing articles that make claims that sand or grit was good enough to carried the infection in & up to vulnerable sensitive tissue ,yet simply vanished after doing so. .
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