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Having ridden a horse that tied up I'd like to say that the heart 
monitor will not give any advance warning that anything is amiss. In 
fact, in a mild case that doesn't actually cause the horse to completely 
stop, there may be only a minor blip of a problem. If the horse isn't in 
acute pain from it, it won't show up in the heart rate.
Just another one of the maddening things about managing this problem! 
Consistant excercise & limiting grain seem to be the most effective 
tools. When the horses are out on pasture remember that seedheads are 
grain too! (We learned this the hard way.)
Nancy Mitts

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