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It’s time to dive even deeper under the skin and take a look at the organs that sit at the core of the horse — from the digestive system that processes food to the vital organs like the brain and heart. Continue to expand your knowledge of equine anatomy by taking a bit out of our latest HoofNotes infographic! You can download the full image (or PDF) from our site.

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!)

Volume 1, No. 12 is the second part of our HoofNotes feature on figures. It provides some great exercises for incorporating circles into your training routine. This HoofNote is based on a larger article on incorporating figures into training, featured in Special No. 5, Anniversary Issue. Download the PDF: http://wp.me/p4GGrs-lO

Most equestrians can name of the parts of the horse with lightening speed, but how well do you know the parts of your horse beneath the skin? Brush up your basic skeletal anatomy with our handy HoofNotes infographic! P.S. You can download the full image (or a PDF version) from our site!

[SPECIAL REPORT] The Equine Digestive System: Food Factory - TheHorse.com | Take a look at how this “factory” is designed and how it functions in this free download. #horses #horsehealth #TheHorse #digestive #colic