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Re: Pull codes
Should have been listed as Lame. RO is only for the rider...ill, tired,
West region director
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dot Wiggins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "ride camp" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 07, 2001 2:16 PM
Subject: RC: Pull codes
> At a NW ride this summer I vetted thru the first check with all A's and
> trotted out sound. Waited till out time and within less than a mile the
> horse was "off", Checked foot, couldn't see anything, too far to camp
> go on, so returned to vet check. Lameness was very slight, but still
> obvious, seemed to be better since first noticed. Vet suggested wait a
> and see if it got better. It did get less, but we both agreed not good
> enough to continue so pulled and trailered back to camp.
> During slack times for vets we tried to find exactly where the problem was
> as continued to improve. Only finding was a very small indication of
> tenderness with the hoof testers late in the day. By that time he
> sound at a trot.
> There was no question that the horse was pulled for lameness. Was then
> surprized to see in ride results RO listed under pull code. Would this
> because I brought the horse back after passing the vet check?
> Doesn't really matter, doesn't change much, just not quite accurate in
> reasons for non-completions.
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- From: "Dot Wiggins" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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