Each foot or hoof of a horse contains a structural component known as the frog. This frog covers the deeper structure of the foot called the digital cushion which is a vessel-filled tissue.
The triangular shaped, spongy pad on the horse's hoof which serves as a shock absorber.
Frozen-Section Biopsy ...
Frog: Wedge-shaped pad in the sole of the hoof which acts as a shock absorber for the
hoof. It contacts the ground first at each step and aides in pumping blood.
Frog -- Triangular area located towards the back of the underside of the hoof. It is part of the weight-bearing structure of the hoof, designed to absorb concussion.
Gaskin -- Part of the hind leg between the hock and the stifle.
frog - The V-shaped, pliable support structure on the bottom of the foot. See "Hoof" subsection of "Musculoskeletal System" in veterinary supplement for a more detailed explanation.
FROG: Thickened, horny area located in the middle of the sole of the foot. FROZEN-SECTION BIOPSY: Biopsy sample frozen and cut for immediate examination and diagnosis, as during exploratory surgery. FULMINANT: Sudden and intense.
' Frog The fleshy triangular underside of the hoof. Gait ('Paces' in England): The different ways a horse can move. The standard natural gaits are: walk, trot, canter and gallop.
Clean the sole, the frog and the crevices around the frog well. Look for bruises, punctures, foreign objects or signs of disease. If you find a problem, consult your veterinarian or farrier.
Continue to leap frog like this until your horse takes no notice of the bikes. Then use the same tactic to simulate head-on encounters.
Physique: Elegant head with wide nostrils, broad forehead, and prominent eyes (known locally as frog or toad eyes). They have ears short, thick, and pointed. Neck short and thick, set on a deep, broad chest with shoulder well back.
After you have removed mud and debris, check the condition of the frog. It should be firm, with no discharge.
Check the shoes to make sure there are no loose or missing nails.
THRUSH- Inflammation of the cleft of the frog.
TIGHT- Ready to race.
TIMBER TOPPER- Jumper or steeplechase horse. More properly horses jumping over timber fences.
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Owner Arash Fard got the idea for a zebra pizza when he saw frog's legs pizzas being offered in London.
their mountainous origin their hocks are more angled and their mane tends to grow longer than the desert-bred Arabians, and their growth rate is enormous during their first 18 months. Their feet have very strong walls and sole and very little frog, ...
The body consists of a long, sloping shoulder; short, broad back with upright head carriage; luxuriant, long mane and tail; wide chest; and, well-sprung ribs. short, The legs have flat cannons with distinct tendons, and neat hooves with a large frog.
or more or less roman nosed slimly attached to a long, nicely curved neck, the back and loins were long, often slightly in caved, in relevance to the torso the hind quarters were somewhat short, steep and angular, the crura relatively skinny (frog ...
This works best. Any debris that is lodged in the hoof needs to be removed. Do a good job with this and your pony will thank you. Never use the hoof pick on the sensitive part of the hoof called the frog.
elevation of the interparietal bones and no parietal crest -The scapula is wider then normally found in equines -The metacarpal and metatarsal bones are much longer and slimmer in relation to size -The hooves are narrow and oval-shaped, and the frog ...
jowl: the cheek bone under the horses ear on both sides
chestnut: on the inside of every leg
frog: the highly elastic wedge-shaped mass on the bottom of the hoof, which normally makes contact with the ground first ...
See also: Horse, Hoof, Condition, Equine, Inside