He stroked my right hand, seeming to admire the softness and colour; but he squeezed it so hard between his hoof and his pastern
, that I was forced to roar; after which they both touched me with all possible tenderness.
Once a lady asked him how he came to say that the pastern
was the knee of a horse, and he calmly replied, "Ignorance, madam, pure ignorance." "Dictionaries are like watches," he said, "the worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite true."
A dozen times as the head bent farther and farther toward him the boy loosed his hold upon the mane and reached quickly down to grasp the near fore pastern
. A dozen times the horse shook off the new hold, but at length the boy was successful, and the knee was bent and the hoof drawn up to the elbow.
The horse sank in up to the pasterns
, and he drew each hoof with a sucking sound out of the half-thawed ground.
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ST NICHOLAS ABBEY is struggling to overcome a life-threatening hoof condition in his fight to recover from a fractured pastern
, the Coolmore Stud reported yesterday.
"The injury is in a really bad place and the primary task at the minute is to control the infection, then they can establish how much damage has been done to the tendon in the pastern
MARK Johnston has been dealt a major blow with the news that stable star Universal fractured a pastern
at exercise on Sunday morning.
ST NICHOLAS Abbey will undergo surgery on a fractured pastern
ST NICHOLAS ABBEY was due to undergo surgery on a fractured pastern