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Can a horse with Recurrent Laryngeal Neuropathybe (RLN, commonly known as roaring) be ridden?

Can a horse with Recurrent Laryngeal Neuropathybe (RLN, commonly known as roaring) be ridden?
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Yes, they can be for most sports. Issues arise in sports such an endurance or racing where they can't get enough oxygen. However, for majority of riders, a roarer should be no problem. I'd probably get a vet to have a look if you're worried.
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