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The horse is extremely emaciated, highly angular and appears as “skin draped-over a skeleton”; the extreme angularity is apparent by the prominent projection of the ribs, tailhead, point of hip, point of buttocks and the spinal processes; the skeletal structures of the withers, shoulders, and neck are very evident and no fatty tissue can be felt.
- Prominent projection of the ribs, tailhead, point of hip, point of buttocks and the spinal processes
- Extremely angular, inverted V shape very pronounced.
- Prominent projection and angularity of the ribs, withers & hip.
- Prominent projection of the point of hip and point of buttocks.