Category Archives: Horse Anatomy

Determining the Fitness Level of Your Horse by Appearance & Touch, and Recognizing Sweat Patterns.

Horses have five hundred muscles throughout their body in three separate layers. Add that to an average of one thousand pounds per horse and you are considering a major undertaking in trying to bring this massive creature to a certain … Continue reading

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How To Determine Whether Your Horse is Starting to Experience Joint or Muscle Pain.

In a perfect world, the horses that we so dearly love and enjoy riding, would feel exactly the same every day that we sit on their backs. But, because of the rigors of schooling, jumping, showing, roping, reigning, cutting or … Continue reading

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Horse Sheath Cleaning; A Must Do Job for Better Health Eliminating Pain and Discomfort

Cleanliness in any form is a good thing. Keeping your horses sheath clean and free of beans is a very good thing. What is a horse’s sheath? This is the genital area that holds and protects your horse’s penis. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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