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Quick Reference Front Limb Muscles from Side HSVG


    Horse Hind Muscles

    Superficial Front Limb & Neck Muscles, Front View

    Vitals & Anatomy - Horse Side Vet Guide

    horse back muscles

    Equine Metabolic Syndrome - Many horses considered "easy keepers" actually have equine metabolic syndrome (EMS), a serious metabolic and hormonal disorder. Learn the risks of EMS and get management and treatment tips in this easy-to-follow visual guide. Brought to you by TheHorse.com and @Triple Crown Nutrition, Inc.. #infographic #metabolicsyndrome #horses

    Adult Horse Normals Take 1

    What is your horse’s body condition score? Body condition scoring is based on a 9-point scale, with one being poor and 9 being obviously obese. Where your horse stores fat is an indicator of body condition. When evaluating your horse’s condition there are some key areas to pay attention to. Read more here: http://kppusa.com/tips-and-topics/evaluate-horses-weight/

    Leg locking mechanisms for horses when they sleep. Front and hind leg illustrations!

    Anatomy of the Horse - Klaus Dieter Budras - Google Books

    We continue to add to Horse Side Vet Guide almost every day, and those of you with the app continue to have a resource that gets better and better! We just added this image to QUICK REFERENCE. That means that it is always on your phone, with or without Internet, for easy reference! This image shows you the most important muscular and tendinous structure of the horse's legs, when viewed from the rear. I hope you find it useful. - Dr. Thal DVM DABVP, creator of HSVG

    Equine. Muscles and tendons

    Equine CranioSacral; Cranial Anatomy