Seedy toe

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an affection of a horse's foot, in which a cavity filled with horn powder is formed between the laminæ and the wall of the hoof.

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Had problems with her feet, especially with one foot that was affected by a seedy toe that had to be cut away.
David Wilson, representing trainer Gary Moore, credited Peter Baker, the farrier father of jockey George, for "patching him up" after the bacterial infection seedy toe had spread and caused Mostarsil to lose most of a hoof.
Winning trainer Eric Alston said: "He got a seedy toe on one foot and an abscess on the other, and it's been a slow job getting him right again.