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By Sarah Pilliner; Samantha Elmhurst; Zoe Davies

This ebook first seems to be at horse anatomy after which considers the horse's gaits, utilizing sequences of pictures and designated anatomical drawings to teach the platforms of aid and move at each one section. The stroll, trot, canter, gallop and bounce are all tested, and the impression of the rider at the horse evaluated in order that the rider can take acceptable motion to prevent hindering the pony. assistance are supplied all through on Read more...

content material: Pt. 1. Anatomy and conformation --
the complete horse --
the top and neck --
The forelimb --
The hind limb --
The chest --
The again --
Pt. 2. the pony in motion --
flow and motion --
jogging --
Trotting --
Cantering --
Galloping --
leaping --
Rolling and shaking.
summary:

Examines one more point of the horse's functionality. This ebook is designed to assist the pony proprietors and riders to appreciate how a horse strikes and the way its anatomy is helping, or hinders, the horse's Read more...

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By Sarah Pilliner; Samantha Elmhurst; Zoe Davies

This ebook first seems to be at horse anatomy after which considers the horse's gaits, utilizing sequences of pictures and designated anatomical drawings to teach the platforms of aid and move at each one section. The stroll, trot, canter, gallop and bounce are all tested, and the impression of the rider at the horse evaluated in order that the rider can take acceptable motion to prevent hindering the pony. assistance are supplied all through on Read more...

content material: Pt. 1. Anatomy and conformation --
the complete horse --
the top and neck --
The forelimb --
The hind limb --
The chest --
The again --
Pt. 2. the pony in motion --
flow and motion --
jogging --
Trotting --
Cantering --
Galloping --
leaping --
Rolling and shaking.
summary:

Examines one more point of the horse's functionality. This ebook is designed to assist the pony proprietors and riders to appreciate how a horse strikes and the way its anatomy is helping, or hinders, the horse's Read more...

Show description

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Because its constituent muscle fibres are long, it produces a large movement when it contracts. Pectoral muscles The pectoral muscles pass from the sternum to the humerus, forming a triangular sheet. The superficial pectorals are easily seen on the front of the chest. e. adduct it. Supraspinatus The supraspinitus muscle originates in front of the scapula spines and attaches to the humerus. Its role is to advance the limb. Infraspinatus The infraspinitus muscle originates behind the ridge of the scapula spine and attaches to the humerus.

The tendon of the gastrocnemius attaches to the hock while the superficial flexor tendon runs over the hock and down the back of the limb to the foot. The function of the gastrocnemius is to move the hock.

The hind limb 49 Femur Lateral condyle of femur Stifle Tibia Fibula Tubercalcis point of hock Hock Splint bones Cannon bone Proximal sesamoid bones Long pastern Short pastern Navicular bone Pedal bone Fig. 6 Skeleton of the hind limb – rear view Joints of the hind limb Hip The hip joint is deep in the hindquarter of the horse and is most easily seen when the hind leg is flexed. It is the joint between the pelvis and the femur and is capable of a wide range of movement. It protects the internal organs and acts as a site for muscle attachment to allow the efficient transfer of force to the spine.

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