Equine Body Balance: Pony Bones 2 — A Look at Skeletal Anatomy | Santa Fe, NM | February 17, 2018
Arrowhead Ranch, Santa Fe, NM
Our next class/study group will continue or exploration of equine anatomy, as we identify structure on the horse, and explore range of motion.
The horse or pony has a horizontal skeleton, while ours is vertical. This orients it differently in its environment and to the ground. To see the articulation of bones, and to see them also on 3D visualizations with muscle and ligament attachments, give us valuable information in our assessment of the horse.
This course will be 3 hours long and will take place indoors, except for the occasional visit outside to check out a horse. This way we won’t be too reliant on the weather! For those continuing EBB students and those who are interested in equine anatomy, and the EBB program. Some materials included.
Space is limited.
When: February 17th, 9 a.m.-noon, $75.
Location: Arrowhead Ranch, Santa Fe, NM