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Define barrel.
Capacity of the chest or trunk.
Where is the cannon bone located?
Third metatarsal/metacarpal of the horse; also called the shin bone.
What are chestnuts?
Horny, irregular growths on the medial surface of the equine leg.
Where is the coffin joint?
Distal interphalangeal joint between the short pastern and the coffin bones.
Where is the coronary band?
Junction between the skin and the horn of the hoof; also called the CORONET.
What is an ergot?
Small keratinized mass of horn on the palmar or plantar aspects of the equine fetlock.
Where is the fetlock joint located?
Metacarpophalangeal/metatarsophalangeal joint.
Where is the flank located?
Side of the body between the ribs and ilium.
Define forelock.
The most cranial part of the mane, that hangs down between
the ears and onto the forehead.
Another term for hock is the?
Tarsal joint.