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    1. Zujinn

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      Sep 30,  · Horses rely on their large, oval pupils and monocular vision to keep tabs on their surroundings with a nearly degree field of view. Keeping their eyes healthy is crucial to their overall well-being. "I recommend equine veterinarians first stand back and look at the entire horse and get the bigger picture first,” says Latimer.
    2. Nejora

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      Drops may be added to the eyes to dilate the pupils so that the veterinarian may examine the internal part of the eye using an ophthalmoscope. To ensure the safety of both horse and veterinarian, appropriate restraint during the eye examination—such as topical anesthesia, use of a nose twitch, or sedation—are often necessary.
    3. Yosida

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      Oct 04,  · He has two ways to bring objects into focus--by using tiny muscles to change the shape of his eye's lens (which is the only way you can focus)--or by changing his head position to direct the image to a different part of his eye. He raises his head to focus on far-away objects (and may turn it slightly at the same time to bring one eye to bear) and lowers it to see closer objects.
    4. Shakaktilar

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      Mar 20,  · Since your horse has two eyes, if you’re concerned about something you notice, check the other eye as well. This will give you a good comparison for normal/abnormal. If you notice any debris or foreign material in the eye or on the lids, you may want to gently clean out your horse’s eye with an eye wash. Eye Cleansers.
    5. Groshura

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      May 28,  · Approach the horse's eye from behind so that he doesn't see it coming towards him. Use a finger and thumb on one hand to open the eyelid and spot the drop against the inside of the lower lid. You can also drop it onto the surface of the cornea. Let the horse close his eye, which will naturally spread the ointment over the surface.
    6. Sale

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      Jan 05,  · RIGHT: The angular shape of the horse’s eye and the excessive wrinkles above it indicate this horse is often worried and on the lookout for predators. It takes a skilled rider to overcome this horse’s mental obstacles. “We now have horses that are so .
    7. Totaur

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      Why the Horse's Eye's are so important when Training him! Andy Curry They say the eyes are are the gateway to the soul. When it was said, they were referring to us humans. But the truth is, it also refers to horses. Many horse owners don't understand the importance and usefulness of the horse's eyes while training. That being so, let me share.
    8. Nezahn

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      Judas Priest's single "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" becomes the first heavy metal single to break into the Billboard U.S. Top 20 Singles. Ace Frehley leaves Kiss and is replaced by Vinnie Vincent. Last tour in make-up; Megaforce Records founded. Metal Blade Records formed by Brian Slagel and released through it first compilation album Metal.
    9. Voodoojar

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      Why are horses eyes covered? Horses eyes are usually covered with transparent mesh to prevent flies from biting at their eyes. This fly-mask allows the horse to see and hear just fine but prevents flies from gathering on their face and eyes. If you’ve ever encountered a horse wearing some odd eye .

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