faulty action in which the leg swings in an outward are during its flight forward. As the foot is lifted to take a step, the foot breaks over on the outside portion of the toe. Pigeon-toed equines have a tendency to paddle.
An outward deviation in the direction of the stride of a foreleg, the result of a toe-narrow or pigeon-toed horse.
The joint between the radius and ulna, and the meracarpals; the foreleg from knee joint to top of foot.