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RE: Horse Anatomy thanks and info!
I just checked out the conformation study, and yes, this is what
they look for in the halter ring for "breed type". If your Arab
does not fall under this "breed type" that does not necessarily
mean that it isn't good for endurance!!!! Don't need a teacup
muzzle, for instance. Also, there are people that argue that the
flat croup actually detracts from having the powerful hindquarters....
Check the underlines....
From: robert and carla lawson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2001 9:27 PM
Subject: RC: Horse Anatomy thanks and info!
Desoto does it again! thanks Marilyn! she sent me some great little
that is going to help me correct my seat a bit more since I can see from
riding all different styles has messed my system up. I don't have any
for lessons to help me situate myself. But with Rob's careful eye maybe
I also found a great website on the arabian conformation study at
or by WWW.Arabian Conformaition Study
However I am almost postive that the horses center of gravity is moved
a rider is aboard.
I don't see how it can't be since if it were possible to lift a horse
find the true center of gravity that adding a human into the picture
the center would be differed? hmmmmmm.....I have had one response...any
carla (nursing flu ridden hubby to health)
Ansata (oh great...moms feeding us!)
Haley (ohh no...healthy rations!!)
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