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Learn about how to measure your horse for a blanket, whether to blanket them, parts of a blanket, horse blanketing terminology, a suggested blanketing chart, blanketing material comparison, and more!

Learn about how to measure your horse for a blanket, whether to blanket them…

Cranial Bones: “PEST OF” The neurocranium is comprised of eight bones: occipital, two temporal bones, two parietal bones, sphenoid, ethmoid, and the frontal bone. They form major portions of the skull and protect the brain. For more nursing mnemonics, visit: http://nurseslabs.com/anatomy-and-physiology-nursing-mnemonics-tips/

Here are anatomy and physiology nursing mnemonics to help you understand the concepts behind it. Abbreviations and tips are also included.

What are Figures? Figures are “prescribed paths a horse is ridden on in a riding arena…[which] provides markers that can help indicate the correctness in the size or shape of a figure” (wikipedia). Why gives rider feedback about their own skills (a poor circle may indicate the rider sits crooked) gives rider feedback about their … Continue reading →

What are Figures? Figures are “prescribed paths a horse is ridden on in a riding arena…[which] provides markers that can help indicate the correctness in the size or shape of a figure” (wikipedia). Why gives rider feedback about their own skills (a poor c

Just when you thought we’d explored just about every part (and layer) of the horse, we’ve found another! We’re back with another Anatomy 101 infographic – this time taking an in depth look at the leg from the side and bottom angles. Continue to expand your knowledge of equine anatomy with our latest HoofNotes infographic! (download a full copy on our website!)

All the Bits ‘n Pieces [Part – Equine Hoof Anatomy Just when you thought we’d explored just about every part (and layer) of the horse, we’ve found another! We’re ba…

Serratus ventralis on the horse

Shoulder muscles: Serratus Ventralis, Trapesius and Latissimus dorsi,