Tail carriage abnormalities in horses by Holly Allen, BSc (Hons), MSc, MCSP, ACPAT A, RAMP, HCPC The equine tail has historically been a sign post to the horse’s emotions for owners and experienced professionals alike. Observing the tail high in the air right before you are due to mount is never a welcomed behaviour in most circumstances. Should a worried owner try and seek advice from Dr.Google they will be inundated with a dearth of articles commenting on the possible causes of their horse’s crooked tail, very few of which have any evidence basis. This is not surprising due to...

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