Yes, a horse has a back bone.
The third metacarpal bone of a horse is called the cannon bone or shin bone. The canon bone is the major support bone of body weight.
The smallest bone in the horse is the Petrous Temporal, found in the ear.
A horse has 205 bones in its entire body at full maturity, of which only 3 are in the hoof. They are: The coffin bone, the navicular bone and the short pastern.
a bone in the thigh of the back legs of the horse.
This is the shin bone, often known as the cannon bone.
I don't have a hyphoid, and you don't either. We do however, have a hyoid bone; a horse-shoe-shaped bone lying at the base of the tongue.
The cannon bone is almost the same as the shin
The bone in a horse's leg that runs from the knee to the fetlock.
The bone structure in a zebra is not much more different from a horse. This structure is just smaller in general.
this long bone that runs from the hock to the fetlock is called the cannon bone
A bone chip occurs in horses when they either bang against something and a sliver of bone pops off the main bone or they are worked harder than their bodies can handle and a bone chip breaks off. The location of the bone chip and any type of surgical history will factor into whether the horse can be ridden or not. You should have the horse Radiographed (X-Rays) and checked by a equine Veterinarian to see if the horse is sound for any type of riding.
For HI2 the answer is Hoof
It is in the hoof.
Founder is a rotation in the coffin bone( the bone inside to hoof
look at horse and hound article
There are many animals who have strong bone structures. Rhinoceros, Elephant, Horse, and Giraffe are a few to mention.
yes, a horse has a back bone. its a vertebrate. of course how would you ride one if they didn't
horse hooves and bone.
It would be the bones of fingers and toes.
A zebra has a similar bone structure to a horse.