Important information :
ALLOCATION OF POINTS FOR RADIOGRAPHIC SCORES:
Grade 0 (0 point awarded): No significant radiographic abnormality
Grade 1 (1 point awarded): Suspect radiographic image (between normal and abnormal) of no clinical importance
Grade 2 (2 points awarded): Abnormal radiographic image of unlikely clinical expression
Grade 3 (4 points awarded): Abnormal radiographic image of probable clinical expression
Grade 4 (8 points awarded): Abnormal radiographic image of definite clinical expression The radiographic score of a horse is the result of the addition of the points awarded during the study of radiographic images.
Recent studies show that the average radiographic score of a 3-year-old population of sport horses is close to 5.
WARNING: The comments in the X-ray images reflect the opinion of the Fences Auctions Consultant Veterinarian and only his opinion. Purchasers are deemed to have obtained the opinion of their own veterinary consultant before bidding and may not rely on any error, lack of information, omission or divergence of interpretation between their veterinary consultant and that of Fences sales to request the implementation of the Fences guarantee.