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3 edition of Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow) found in the catalog.

Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow)

by Bonnie Bryant

  • 126 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals - Horses,
  • Social Issues - Friendship,
  • Children"s 12-Up - Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Friendship,
  • Horsemanship,
  • Children: Grades 3-4

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9628716M
    ISBN 100613160819
    ISBN 109780613160810

    We feature daily all Conformation listings. Browse in real time our list of Conformation sales from Ebay. some restrictions may apply. See Conformation description for details. Native Dancer Conformation Photo 8" x 10 - 24" x 30" Native Dancer Conformation Dancer Photo Conformation Native 30" 8" x. Heather Smith Thomas - 05/03/ Lameness. Importance of Proper Hind Leg Conformation Importance of hind leg conformation in the show jumping horse - Carterse When choosing a horse, hind leg conformation is an important consideration because a horse with good hind-leg conformation is more likely to stay sound through the years.

    Get this from a library! Conformation faults. [Bonnie Bryant] -- Secrets are threatening to ruin everything--can Stevie, Carole, and Alex's friendship survive? Lisa Atwood and her boyfriend, Alex Lake, are finally back on track--even if she's still keeping some.   The toed in conformation results in a paddling gait in which the foot swings outward while the toed out conformation results in winging-in, with the toe at risk of contacting the other front leg. The toed out conformation, therefore, is a very undesirable one in Standardbreds as they will be at greater risk for hitting a knee or splint.

    The better a horse's conformation (how the animal measures up to, or "conforms," to the ideal standards of its breed or type), the better it will be able to perform. Using hundreds of photographs and drawings, this masterfully produced book will show you how to develop the "eye" that any horseman needs to assess equine conformation and anatomy.   The better a horse's conformation (how the animal measures up to, or "conforms," to the ideal standards of its breed or type), the better it will be able to perform. Using hundreds of photographs and drawings, this masterfully produced book will show you how to develop the "eye" that any horseman needs to assess equine conformation and : $


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Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow) by Bonnie Bryant Download PDF EPUB FB2

Conformation Faults book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lisa is betrayed by a friend, meanwhile Ben worries about Carole /5.

Perfect conformation is both a subjective assessment and rarely found, and even those horses built by the book can develop problems. And a horse with conformation faults. Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow Book 5) Kindle Edition by Bonnie Bryant (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 4 ratings.

Book 5 of 17 in Pine Hollow. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(4). Conformation faults. No horse is perfect. Every horse — just like every human — has some physical characteristic that is less than pleasing to the eye.

In horses, these conformation faults may not only affect the appearance of the horse, but also the horse’s ability to function properly in its work.

Bonnie Bryant is the author of over one hundred forty books about horses, including the Saddle Club series and its spinoffs, the Pony Tails series and the Pine Hollow series. Bryant did not know very much about horses before writing the first Saddle Club book inso she found herself learning right along Conformation Faults book the characters she : This is a great book for explaining proper conformation and conformation faults.

Not only did it say what conformation is undesirable, but it would give the reason why. The book also included many illustrations to help you understand what was being taught.

I'm a beginner when it comes to looking at conformation Conformation Faults book horses and this book really /5(3). Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow) [Bryant, Bonnie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Conformation Faults (Pine Hollow). This book leaves out the 'this is a better fault to have than that fault' kind of aspect, or the relative importance of certain characteristics compared with others, in the overall scheme of things. As an example, I would tolerate a calf-kneed horse far more than a sickle-hocked horse, if given the choice, either in the showring or in the paddock/5(89).

Together, both these conformation faults contributed to instability in his rear, which made it easier for him to injure himself roughhousing. While we couldn’t change Simba’s conformation. Conformation Chart Durable laminated poster shows detailed illustrations of ideal conformation and conformation faults.

Shaded areas denote areas of stress on feet and legs with faults. 20" x 26" size and laminated on both sides in heavy plastic. Faults or flaws in conformation can occur in the forelegs, hindlegs, pelvis, head, and even the neck. For this article, we will mostly concentrate on faults of the fore and hind legs.

A few aspects of conformation particularly impact the horse’s feet. One of the most important is straightness. On a horse with perfect conformation (you know the ones – you see them in textbooks, but they’re usually drawn in rather than photographed because they’re so hard to come by), you could draw a straight line from the points of their shoulders down to the ground, and that line.

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Faults in conformation should be symmetrical. Lack of symmetry will stress those points and may harm or limit the horse’s ability to perform with grace and ease. Divide the horse into three parts. Chest. Back. Hindquarters. Croup: from point of hip to point of buttock. Quarters: below the croup.

Conformation faults. [Bonnie Bryant] -- Callie Forester may have to live in the public eye, but she deserves some privacy.

When an old friend betrays her, though, Callie wonders if privacy is possible. # Bantam Books\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Conformation is one piece of the complex puzzle of a lame horse.

Although poor conformation does not necessarily condemn a horse to lameness, the relationship of conformation, lameness is well-recognized.” Conformation faults such as base-wide or base-narrow, whether in the forelimbs or hind limbs, have less severe conse-quences.

In Structure in Detail, equine conformation experts Dr. Jerry Black and AQHA judge Tim Finkenbinder show readers how to evaluate a horse’s structure. While the Structure in Detail e-book focuses on conformation of the Quarter Horse, as Dr.

Black says, “What we often do is evaluate characteristics that we’re excited about, and that might be color or type. Equine Conformation Faults.

As I wrote in one of my first online articles on equine conformation, "The legs could be said to be the most important part of the horse, for if a horse has weakness or bad conformation in his legs, his athletic ability is going to be seriously compromised.".

Equine conformation evaluates the degree of correctness of a horse's bone structure, musculature, and its body proportions in relation to each other. Undesirable conformation can limit the ability to perform a specific task.

Although there are several faults with universal disadvantages, a horse's conformation is usually judged by what its intended use may be. Conformation concerns body structure and anatomy. In this comprehensive volume, Heather Smith Thomas explains how conformation relates to function and what to look for when evaluating a horse.

She teaches the reader to see beyond a horse's physical beauty to identify desirable attributes and potential faults, and with copious illustrations and explanations, trains the eye to recognize the 5/5(3). An illustrated guide to some common equine conformation faults. As I wrote in one of the first articles I wrote for the Horses site, "The legs could be said to be the most important part of the horse, for if a horse has weakness or bad conformation in his legs, his athletic ability is going to be seriously compromised".

When examining horses for conformation, either when considering a purchase or competing in horse judging contests, it is important to break things down into key principles to avoid becoming overwhelmed when putting the overall picture together.

There are five main criteria to evaluate when examining a horse's conformation: balance, structural correctness, way of going, muscling.