An esophageal obstruction, or choke, is usually noticed when a horse is gagging and has an excessive amount of nasal discharge. This nasal discharge is usually saliva and can have feed mixed with it. There are various causes, including eating too fast, external masses pushing in, tears in the esophageal wall, and strictures. Secondary aspiration pneumonia can be a severe complication.

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