Horse Anatomy and Movement

Duration: 3 hours

In horses, a good mover will actively use the joints, utilise both front and back ends equally, move forward with balance. Their anatomy will affect their overall movement, including gait and leaps. Yet horses also have many minor anatomical differences across breeds. In this course, you'll learn about the anatomy and physiology of horses, alongside some of the minor differences in anatomy that can differ depending on breed. You'll also learn about how anatomy affects movement. Includes easy-to-read material on conformation.


Please note: Course notes are provided in PDF format for your convenience and can be downloaded to print or view on your device.

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