Spinal Functions For Horses

Spinal Functions For Horses

“You don’t always have to be doing something. You can just be, and that’s plenty” – Alice Walker   Spinal Functions All skeletons are divided into two main segments; the axial and the appendicular. The axial skeleton is comprised of the skull, spine and ribcage...

Horse Bio-Mechanics

Some of the common indicators that people use to determine if a horse is moving correctly include: An arched neck with the head on the vertical Lengthening the stride so the horse is over tracking its front hoof prints Light or no rein contact or steady, even heavy,...
Horses and The Form-Function Principle

Horses and The Form-Function Principle

The form-function principle as it relates to a horse’s body, suggests that each part of the body; each unique form, is designed to carry out a specific function.  How the form-function principle pertains to horse biomechanics, has been the work of Dr Gavin...
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