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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

Standardbred Jolly Dick demonstrates that powerful hindquarters are for forward movement. Hindquarters are not intended for prolonged weightbearing. Nor is a horse comfortable with a hindleg pulled to the side.

 (Photo - Michael Liu)