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Supporting item S1: Sketch of the simulated horse kick configuration.

Supporting item S2: Close-up section of the test setup with a mounted bone.

Supporting item S3: Hand drawing of the test setup including the video camera.

Supporting item S4: High-resolution picture of Item S3.

Supporting item S5: High-speed video of an impact test leading to a simple oblique fracture.

Supporting item S6: High-speed video of an impact test leading to a ‘butterfly’ fracture.

Supporting item S7: Picture of a typical artificially produced simple oblique fracture.

Supporting item S8: Picture of a typical artificially produced ‘butterfly’ fracture.

Supporting item S9: X-ray picture of a simple oblique fracture caused by a horse kick.

Supporting item S10: X-ray picture of a ‘butterfly’ fracture caused by a horse kick.

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