Anatomy


Painted neck muscles, Honey
 
Painted Superficial Muscles, Honey

Cervical bones against Phoenix.  Sarah Miles assisting.
 

Lower Cervical bones, C-2 through C-7

Robin Love and Sarah Miles assisting with the thoracic bones, T-1 through T-18.  Note the long bones of the withers.   The spinal cord is protected in the vertebral column deep within the horse.
 

This is the large femur bone and tibia of the hind leg.

This picture shows the placement of the scapula, the humerus and the radius bones.   Thank you Robin and Debranne.

  These photos were taken in August 2007 at Flying Cloud Farm in Petaluma California.  We were attending an advanced Anatomy course offered by Equinology, Inc. ®.

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