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Learn Horse Anatomy in Sculpture

February 25, 2019

Anatomy Pronunciation

erector spi· nae | \ -ˈspē-nə (erector spinae)
lon· gis· si· mus | \ län-ˈjis-i-məs (longissimus)

As stated by Jean-Marie Denoix in Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse when the horse lowers the neck the thoracic fle...

October 24, 2018


Highlights:

  • Names of bones in the poll 

  • Muscle Attachments 

  • Posture affecting relaxation and tension

Fulle Transcript

The major bones making up the poll are the occipital, the temporal, the parietal, and interparietal.  

Pronunciatio...

August 22, 2018


The skull is formed mainly by flat bones interlocking together. There are 34 bones making up the complex structure. The flat bones are joined by cartilage at birth, as the horse matures the cartilage is replaced by bone.

Head motion is controlled mainly by the neck mu...

August 14, 2018

Areas of body condition
We can break out the areas of assessment into at least 6 categories. See chart below.

 

The BLUE area is skeletal. S.E.A. considers this to be the first area of assessment because horses with skeletal damage from misuse, incorrect training, lack...

April 23, 2018

What materials you need to start learning horse anatomy and where to acquire them.

April 6, 2018

sculpting your own horse best practices

April 4, 2018

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March 11, 2018

What you will learn by sculpting horse anatomy at S.E.A.

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