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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...

February 18, 2019

What happens to the horse muscularly when the horse grazes. Is it good or bad posture?

December 6, 2018

Highlights: 

  • Understanding relaxation of the neck 

  • Bones of the neck 

  • Help your horse find relief 

  • Exercises to help heal or avoid forced longitudinal flexion 

Pronunciation 

  • cer-vi-cal ver-te-brae

  • nu-chal lig-a-ment 

  • nu-chal la-mina

  • ...

November 21, 2018

Highlights: 

  • Identify the saddle support area

  • How the horse must move to build rider support 

  • Understanding the thoracic vertebrae 

  • Identifying lift in the horse's back

Pronunciation 
lon-gi-ssi-mus dor-si
thor-aco-lum-bar
la-ti-ssi-mus 

Rider S...

November 10, 2018

How to identify some of its early signs of development in the trapezius muscle.

Highlights:

  • Identify a properly developed trapezius

  • How fat can cover the trapezius 

  • Recognizing the underdeveloped muscle

  • How to exercise your horse to develop the trapezi...

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