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Rack leaning, no photos #8481974 12/20/21 10:54 PM
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If a bucks a rack leans towards one side, otherwise symmetrical, would that likely be due to an injury on one side?
One g2 curls out at the top and both G3’s lean the same direction



Re: Rack leaning, no photos [Re: rickym] #8482066 12/20/21 11:51 PM
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More than likely injury related. From a velvet injury or injury during a past season his body. My guess would be a velvet injury.


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