ANATOMY and CONFORMATION


How Your Horse Moves: A Unique Visual Guide to Improving Performance
by Gillian Higgins
Hardcover, David and Charles, 2009, 153 pages, indexed, new

British import. Horses with anatomical features painted very skillfully on their outer bodies gallop, trot, jump, and illustrate what goes where when they do. A fresh look at anatomy, conformation, and biomechanics. Not on sale, but you can still order it with  your sale books and save on postage. Also listed in biomechanics section. $30 plus post.



Horse Anatomy for Performance: A Practical Guide to Training, Riding and Horse Care
by Gillian Higgins
Hardcover, 2012, David and Charles,152 pages, new
Once again, painted horses are used to illustrate all the systems of the horse, not just the musculoskeletal system and how these systems are affected by movement, gaits, jumping, etc. Goes through skin, skeletal, muscular, Fascia-tendons-ligaments, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, endocrine, urinary and repro systems. What an amazing teaching tool! One of our newest books. Save on postage by ordering it with your sale books! $30 plus post.


Don't forget our main book offerings for anatomy, including bestsellers like
The Equine Distal Limb by Professor Jean-Marie Denoix  $259 plus postage




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