Forelimb and Hindlimb Dissection

180.00

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Get a full insight into the anatomy of a horse

This hands-on day course offers an insight into the anatomy of the horse and provide a rare and invaluable opportunity to look at the structures we influence by training and therapy.

Participants will learn about the underlying structures of the horse, including the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. They will also get the chance to examine these structures in detail, using a variety of tools and techniques. This knowledge will help participants to better understand how different training and therapy methods can impact the horse’s physical well-being and performance. In addition, the courses may cover topics such as common injuries and conditions that affect horses, and how to prevent or treat them. Overall, these courses provide a unique learning experience for anyone interested in equine health and welfare.

 

Understanding the anatomy and function of these areas is crucial for anyone involved in horse riding or therapy. The stay apparatus and reciprocal system, for example, are important for maintaining a horse’s balance and stability while standing or moving. The suspensory and check ligaments are responsible for supporting the horse’s limbs during movement, while the biceps catapult helps to initiate movement in the forelimbs. The sacroiliac joint ligaments and patella ligaments are important for maintaining the horse’s posture and preventing injuries, while the thoracic sling plays a crucial role in supporting the horse’s back and ribcage. By having a deep understanding of these areas, riders, coaches, and therapists can better care for their horses and help them perform at their best.

Whether you are a rider, coach or therapist, you will greatly benefit from this course, It covers areas such as:

The Stay Apparatus and Reciprocal System

The Suspensory and Check Ligaments

The Biceps Catapult

Sacroiliac Joint Ligaments

Patella Ligaments

The Thoracic Sling

Course Name: Forelimb and Hindlimb Dissection

Course Type: CPD and Owner

Certification: Equi-ed Certificate of attendance

Duration: One day

Where: On location

Course Code: EQ19

Choose your course and date. Add to Basket and go through the online payment process. You can pay in full or 50% deposit to hold you place. Once you are registered and fee is paid, a member of our team will be in contact with course details. 

Equi-ed is committed to providing a comprehensive education in equine therapy. Our admissions process is designed to select students who have demonstrated a strong interest in the field or currently work in a related industry. Applications are reviewed on a holistic basis, taking into account the applicant’s academic record and experience with horses. Applicants will be notified of the admissions decision with in 5 days of submitting your application form

The application for an equine or canine course is open to students from all backgrounds. Equi-ed is committed to creating diverse and inclusive equine courses. We welcome applications from students of all backgrounds. You can book your CPD or Owner course online.

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This hands-on day course offers an insight into the anatomy of the horse and provide a rare and invaluable opportunity to look at the structures we influence by training and therapy.

180.00



COURSE DURATION
1 DAY
ONSITE OR LOCATION
LOCATION
COST
€180
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