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A 3-year-old thoroughbred mare presented for evaluation of a large tendon bow in the right front limb. A 7-year-old Dutch Warmblood show jumper presented with acute right forelimb lameness after a performance. A 7-year-old Paint reining horse was presented for severe acute lameness in both front limbs. On February 7, , a year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding presented for lameness evaluation. Previously competing in Gran Prix level Dressage, owner interview revealed the horse suffered an acute bow of the left front limb in November A 6-year-old American Quarter Horse gelding presented for lameness examination.