His gallop was like Marching Through Georgia, vigorously rendered by a good brass band. "Well?" interrogated M'Nab, as I rejoined him. "Don't you think he's a bit chest-foundered?" I asked in reply. "Divil a wan o' me knows. Mebbe he is, begog. Sure A hed n't him long enough fur till fine out." "And how much boot are you going to give me?"
The pointer, somewhat too heavy before, and hardly worked, becomes what is called chest-foundered. From his very make it is evident that, in long-continued and considerable exertion, the subscapular muscles will be liable to sprain and inflammation. There will be inflammation of the fasciae, induration, loss of power, loss of nervous influence and palsy.