What is the white stuff on the front of the horse's legs in equestrian cross country?
I have bee watching the equestrian events in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. All the horses have white stuff smeared on the front of all 4 legs. What is it?
by kirstenblog 7 years ago
Been reading and watching the snow all round the country but we have just been cold, no snow, until today that is! Woke up this morning and the white stuff has finally arrived! It is even looking like it will settle and stick, hopefully in a few hours there will be enough for me to go make a...
by azdoug85014 7 years ago
Well I did it! MY Sugar (16 yrs) is throwing up small puddles of white stuff- unusual for her....Sugar is having her usual trouble defecating- she is a walk and drop style-but I noticed her belly is poochy. I wrapped my hands around her and got scared. Her whole undercarriage is firm and...
by Audrey Kirchner 5 years ago
What's wrong with your dog if he keeps chewing off the hair on his front legs?
by Tom Rubenoff 9 years ago
What is that white stuff that some people get at the corners of their mouth?
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