It's a Night-Mare.
This is somehow bad for the horse. Waiting for Reddit to tell me it’s gonna get skin cancer or some shit.
3 spoopy 5 me
Nah fam, it's like, totes gucci. I watch Animal Planet
Alright, here’s the low down. Clipping is fine for horses and some horses even need to have it done if they’re working year round. Because they have less hair they’ll need to be blanketed sooner than a non clipped horse would be so that they don’t get cold. Other than that there are no serious problems with this very common practice. Enjoy your horse skeleton guilt free
That curvy bone on his hindquarter is /sub/mildlyinfuriating
no it's because "mare" is the word for a female horse. it's not that deep
ha! it's funny because you're using "Mare" as it came from "Mearh" meaning horse, but in a context that makes you think of mære, which means incubus or a nocturnal terror. good one.
Guy studying to be a horse skeleton expert here. is what everything should look like. Basically he got the stifle joint all wrong, and the pelvis itself isn’t all there. He’s totally missing the ischium. There are also an improper number of ribs (should be 18).
Quit horsing around.
well, yeah, but this comes from old english "Mearh". I just wanted to show off this thing I learned while naming my new DnD monsters :<
So was I but google’s got our back. Seems like it’s a complicated decision but likely fine for the horse.
I hate it when they miss the ischium!
That's the femur and it should be higher on the leg, and less bent.
So is that not how it's supposed to be? I mean I'm no horse skeleton expert. I imagine most people aren't.
So long as the horse gets a blanket if needed it's fine.
You can show your dad when he comes back with the milk.
What...behind the rabbit?
Ehhhhhh the femur is way too low on that horse.
-5 points for skeletal inaccuracy.
Hello, I'm Mr. Skeltal
A horse is a horse, of course, of course, And no one can spook-out a horse of course That is, of course, unless the horse is the famous Mr. Skeltal.
Go right to the source and ask the horse He'll give you strong bones and calcium of course. He's always 2 or 3 spooky or more. Talk to Mr. Ed.
LOOK AT THE BONES!
thank mr hors skeltal
Watch out! The horse might spoop himself