Definition of Toe crack

1. Noun. A crack on the forepart of a horse's hindfoot.

Generic synonyms: Sand Crack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toe Crack

tods
tody
toe-crack
toe-drop
toe-hold
toe-in
toe-poke
toe-tappers
toe-tappingly
toe-to-toe
toe cheese
toe clonus
toe crack (current term)
toe dance
toe dancing
toe edge
toe edges
toe hold
toe itch
toe jam
toe jams
toe jobs
toe phenomenon
toe pleats
toe rag
toe ring

Literary usage of Toe crack

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Modern Horse Doctor: Containing Practical Observations on the Causes by George H. Dadd (1856)
"toe crack. — (Fissure in the Longitudinal Fibres of the Fore Part of the Roof.) The hind feet are generally supposed to be the seat of this defect, ..."

2. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1911)
"In many cases of quarter-crack, and in some cases of toe-crack as well, if the edges remain close together, with but little motion, the fissure is dry; ..."

3. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry (1890)
"In old cases, particularly iii toe-crack, tbe horn on the borders of the fissure ... In many cases of quarter-crack, and in some cases of toe-crack as well, ..."

4. The Modern Horse Doctor: Containing Practical Observations on the Causes by George H. Dadd (1854)
"toe crack. — (Fissure in the Longitudinal Fibres of the Fore Part of the Hoof.) The hind feet are generally supposed to be the seat of this defect, ..."

5. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson (1903)
"In many oases of quarter-crack, and in some cases of toe-crack as well, if the edges remain close together, with hut little motion, the fissure is dry; ..."

6. The Successful Stockman and Manual of Husbandry by Andrew A. Gardenier (1901)
"It is usually found either on the inside in the fore-feet when it is called a quarter-crack, or in front in the hind-feet when it is usually named toe-crack ..."

7. American Horses and Horse Breeding: A Complete History of the Horse from the by John Dimon (1895)
"The former is sometime called " quarter-crack," the other "toe-crack. ... fore feet and at the inner quarters; toe-crack in the hind feet. ..."

8. Dr. Le Gear's Stock Book ...: Comprising a Description of the General Care by Louis D. Le Gear, Newton G. Le Gear (1897)
"A toe-crack in the hind foot is generally a very serious trouble. ... A horse may have an extensive toe- crack or quarter-crack and not be lame at all. ..."

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