pastern

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pastern

1. the part of a horse's foot between the fetlock and the hoof
2. either of the two bones that constitute this part
References in classic literature ?
A dozen times as the head bent farther and farther toward him the boy loosed his hold upon the mane and reached quickly down to grasp the near fore pastern.
Because of this extreme charadeability, PASTERNS can be formed by working from left to fight and adding a letter at a time to P:
He has got more screws in him than The Metal Man" - Henderson after Khyber Kim's victory, as the five-year-old has now recovered from two split pasterns