Breeding Practices 5

Welcome to Lesson 5

In this lesson Karel explores the equilibrium model, emphasizing that this is a model based on natural development, not a human invention.

Continuing to explain how balance and harmony in a horse’s construction are vital for performance, Karel discusses uniform elements in a horse’s skeletal structure and contrasts this with variations seen in domesticated horses compared to wild species like zebras and lions.

Join Karel as he delves into measurements and proportions, such as neck length, hind leg, head, and height relationships to demonstrate the importance of maintaining proper skeletal mechanics for balance and harmony in a horse’s movement.

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