The New International Encyclopædia/Splint (horse)

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SPLINT. A bony enlargement on the horse's leg between the knee and the fetlock, usually appearing on the inside of the fore leg, frequently situated between the large and small canon bones. It is usually caused by concussion, and is most common in young horses that have been driven rapidly along hard roads before their bones have become firm.