Sickle-hocked



[sik-uh l-hokt] /ˈsɪk əlˌhɒkt/
adjective, Veterinary Pathology.
1.
noting or pertaining to a condition of horses in which the hock, due to strained tendons and ligaments, is flexed so that the foot is abnormally bowed far under the body.

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