Equine Anatomy and Health Considerations
This is an introductory online, self-paced course in equine anatomy with the addition of very useful information on horse health, normal vital signs and warning signs for when to call the vet, information on how the horse’s body moves, how muscles work together, and basic information on physiology and conditioning.
In addition to the textbooks, there are several articles included with additional information from well-respected sources related to equine health and lameness issues.
This course is suitable for horse owners, veterinary technicians, equine body workers, horse trainers, and anyone desiring to work in the equine industry. The format is a self-paced, independent online study and must be completed within a 12-month time-frame. It is estimated that the time commitment will be approximately 75 hours.
Anatomy Course Required books:
- The Horse Anatomy Workbook, Raynor, 2006
- Horse Anatomy for Performance, Gillian Higgins, 2012
- The Horse Conformation Handbook by Heather Smith Thomas, 2005
Important: After payment is completed, look for the Download Enrollment Instructions button at the bottom of the Checkout page. This pdf file can also be found under My Account. Log in to your account and click on the Downloads button. There you will find the Download Enrollment Instructions. The instructions will take you to this website where the course is located: Avalon Performance Horse and Rider