A Bridle Designed to Avoid Peak Pressure Locations Under the Headpiece and Noseband Is Associated With More Uniform Pressure and Increased Carpal and Tarsal Flexion, Compared With the Horse's Usual Bridle

Rachel Murray, Russell Guire, Mark Fisher, Vanessa Fairfax

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