coronet band

coronet band

[′kär·ə‚net ¦band]
(zoology)
The area above the hoof containing the germinal cells from which hoof tissue is formed.
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When entertainment companies came to town, including the Little Dutch Band, Coronet Band, Peak Family Bell Ringers, Robinsons Swiss Ringers, and New York Comedy Company, he sketched cute little drawings to promote them.
The ceremony concluded with music from the 15th Battalion, "B" Band, Kingston, and the Picton Coronet Band. Later speakers included D.W.
She was a member of the Woodstock Coronet Band and Saint Stephens Church in Quinebaug.
A coronet is a white marking covering the coronet band. A pastern is a white marking from the coronet to the pastern, and an ankle a white marking from the coronet to the fetlock.
He cracked his hoof through to the coronet band last year and so he was off work for months.
Empire Maker missed Saturday's Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup won by Mineshaft after a foot bruise burst through the coronet band of his
"He was having a blow this morning when he just trod on his coronet band. It's not too bad but he's too good a horse to risk.
The other acts this month are Route 66; Macy & Hart; and the East Woodstock Coronet Band.
We didn't make the point to point season this time as James split his hoof up through the coronet band and has had six months off - he really believes that he has landed on his feet with us at the retirement home.
It busted out again just above the coronet band. Maybe that's why he was acting up on the track this past week.
I thought he would win over seven furlongs at Cork, but he trod on his coronet band and had to be withdrawn."
"He was having a blow when he just trod on his coronet band. It's a shame, as I was confident he would have won.''