Inside-out horse for educational purposes

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Inside-out horse for educational purposes
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Gillian Higgins teaches horse owners about what’s “under the hood.” To do so, she very carefully paints detailed anatomical art onto the pelt of her white horses “Freddie Fox” and “Henry.” [via Neatorama]

5 thoughts on “Inside-out horse for educational purposes

  1. Liam McNerney says:

    This is an excellent technique for teaching equine anatomy and riding, but Gillian Higgens didn’t originate it. Susan Harris (http://www.anatomyinmotion.com/) has been teaching centred riding and equie anatomy in just this way for decades…

  2. Anonymous says:

    is that really a horse in the picture…!?

    or it’s just an design horse to use for explaining all about the horse…!?

  3. Holly says:

    Ohhh WOW I am studying to be a vet but I NEVER Thought about that!!!

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