Herring gutted is a term used to describe a horse with a barrel that slopes up sharply behind the girth, like that of a greyhound. The upward slope of a herring gutted horse goes from the front to the back of the underbelly. Herring gutted is a general weakness, and will cause the girth to slip back.
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