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This basic anatomy drawing shows a labeled cross-section of the parts of the horse’s hoof and leg below the fetlock. The drawing is a color plate illustration from the book ‘Horse-Shoeing as It Is and as It Should Be’, by William Douglas, printed 1873 (out of copyright).
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