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Rough'n Tumble

Status:
Deceased
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Bred:
Kentucky (USA) by Dr. Charles E. Hagyard  -  [Add Data]
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Rating:
5.45/10  

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Older Comments about Rough'n Tumble...

Buck, I've read about this guy. Especially the chapter in Dynasties (one of my fav. books) and it makes mention of his plastic hoof, but doesn't go into detail. You mention it below, but I've never read about it. How it came to be? How long he lived with it, etc etc.
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  • buckpasser · Possibly he had bad feet, though I don't find he had Shelly feet like Equipoise and they put a plastic cover over it because part of his hoof wall came off. Or he could have injured or broken his coffin bone and made this necessary. ( my blacksmith told me about this ). · 940 days ago
  • buckpasser · Also what might have aggrievated a chronic issue or even a laminitis issue was that the stallions were also kept much heavier in those days and that many different antibiotics and medicines used today for treatment were not available then and placing a plastic coating or more substantial prosthetic might have been done for the horse. · 940 days ago
i woould like to more about roughn tumble. there's very little said about this beautiful thoroughbred.

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