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Joint disease in horses found to be more common than previously thought

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A new survey has revealed that 66 per cent of horses have suffered from lameness as a result of joint disease, and that one-fifth of horses have been off work with the problem for a year or more.

The survey – by supplement brand Cavalor – was completed by 1339 horse owners and …

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