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The two images on this page are a good starting point to look at equine - human anatomical common parts and differences:
This first image is from Dr. Deb Bennett’s Principles of Equine Orthopaedics Part 1 comparing the equine and human forelimb, and shows that they’re very different in both structure and function:
More to follow soon on the properly trimmed hoof and how it should land...
The next image is from the US Pony Club and shows again that the tips of our fingers and toes are the horse's hooves. This means that the horse is walking on the tips of it's fingers and toes. That is a lot of weight for such a tiny part of the body...
Image published by US Pony Club
One horse taken in at a time (so he/she will get 100% attention):
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