fetlock : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the joint between the cannon bone and the pastern
- n projection behind and above a horse's hoof
- Native Dancer, a big grey horse with the legs of a champion and the inbred ham of a Barrymore, teamed with TV to make horse-racing fans out of millions who did not know a fetlock .
- Prince Henry, third son of the royal house, galloping at the head of his company of Mercian Hussars fetlock deep in mud, dawn a country road, was caught in the open by advancing .
- At one time he owned the whole animal--fetlock, stock and barrel--but auctioned it off for $17,500 to a used-car dealer from Richmond.
- Criquette Head-Maarek in Sportinglife.co.za
She's fractured her front fetlock cantering this morning,said trainer Criquette Head-Maarek. "It wasn't even serious work but that's racing - you always have to be prepared for such things. She's going to be OK and will not have to be put...
- Gai Waterhouse in Daily Telegraph
It looks like she's damaged something near her fetlock,Waterhouse said. "They've taken her straight to the Randwick Equine Centre, so we'll just have to wait and see how bad it is."
- Mark Johnston in RTE.ie
Attraction seems OK, but she is on anti-inflammatories to treat her fetlock and it is something we have to keep an eye on,said Johnston. "She will go to the Matron next though, and it was great to see her back on the track last weekend."