Browse the following printable horse diagrams which are provided in the list below to show you the body parts and of a horse. All of the diagrams are provided with the labels to ease you in studying and learning each part of the horse. Let us learn more about a horse’s anatomy in the following diagrams below!
Provided below are some horse diagrams to give you an idea of the common body parts. These horse anatomy diagrams are a great overview and introduction to the vast study of equine anatomy. The lower leg bones of a horse correspond to the bones of the human hand or foot. The fetlock is actually the proximal sesamoid bones between the cannon bones and the proximal phalanges, located where one finds the ‘knuckles’ of a human. A horse also has no muscles in its legs below the knees and hocks, only skin and hair, bone, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and the assorted specialized tissues that make up the hoof.
The skeleton gives support for the muscles, protection for the internal organs, and possesses the necessary mobility of its parts for the horse to move at various speeds or lie down or graze. This diagram collection of a horse body parts can be used to review or learn some body parts of the horse. You can use these diagrams as a reference when you need to talk to a vet or do a correct drawing of a horse.
This diagram is an excellent tool in aiding you in understanding the body parts of a horse. We hope these diagrams will help to improve your understanding of the physical horse. You can save and print all of the sheets by clicking on the image of the diagram! Download and print the diagram to know more about frog anatomy!