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Why do horses overreach?

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Why do horses overreach? The term is used to describe when the back hooves come in front of the front hooves and they sometimes clip the front ones. It's a term used by "farriers". To prevent an injury a horse, by "squaring" off the back toes, because they have too much engagement from behind.

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