visión de conjunto:Críticas An excellent learning tool for all people who deal with horses or want to learn more about horses. Coloring the drawings provides a learning experience that is enjoyable and effective. This text effectively serves groups ranging from 4-H club members to veterinary medical school students. -- Clifford M. Honnas DVM Diplomate American College of Veterinary Surgeons Texas A&M UniversityThis atlas has the perfect level of detail (while maintaining accuracy) in explaining clinical problems to clients and in educating horsepeople. -- C. Wayne McIlwraith BVSc PhD Director of Equine Sciences Professor of Surgery College of Veterinary Medicine Colorado State University...Interesting...exciting...Anyone who is looking for an easy straight forward approach to become familiar with equine anatomy will benefit from this book. -- K. Jack Easley DVM Diplomate American Board of Veterinary Practitioners Kentucky...an excellent reference for any horse owner to have on hand...A rare find - an instructional book that is impeccably accurate affordable and even fun. -- Kay Hill Cutting Horse ChatterAnyone who is looking for an easy straight forward approach to becoming familiar with equine anatomy will benefit from this text. -- K. Jack Easley DVM MS Diplomate American Board of Veterinary PractitionersAny farrier veterinary student or horseowner who wants to know what it's called or where it is needs this book. -- L.K. Rural Heritage nyone who is looking for an easy straightforward approach to becoming familiar with equine anatomy will benefit from this book. -- K. Jack Easley DVM Diplomate Am. Board of Veterinary Practitioners Reseña del editor An excellent learning tool for anyone who deals with horses. Covers one area of anatomy at a time using language that even intermedia 4-H members can understand but also recommended for students in undergraduate anatomy courses as well as horse horse owners or veterinary assistants and technicians.