Photo Gallery - Horse Transport

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The following photos and drawings are from the private collection of Dr. Sharon E. Cregier (cregierATupei.ca), and are not to be used without prior written permission.

For more information, go to Dr. Cregier's web site.


 
From the private collection of Dr. Sharon E. Cregier

Many haulers believe horses need wider room to balance off their hindquarters. But spreading the hindlegs to either side to bear weight during transport strains the pubiofemoral ligament. The headup position throws 200 or more pounds to the rear, stressing the sacroiliac joint.

(Photo - Michael Liu)