When examining the mucus membranes of a healthy horse, what would you expect to see? A: The membranes should be bright and moist and have a clear pink color.
HIH P: 425-2 S: 30.
Q. What is a “calf horse”? A.
Horse specially trained for use in roping IDET, p. 45 31.
Q. What three parts of the lower leg are affected in a horse with navicular disease? Navicular bone, navicular bursa and deep flexor tendon CAHA Plate 27 A. S. LAST QUESTION IN THE ROUND 32.
Q. What is the term for the type of shoeing job when the farrier uses the same set of shoes for a second time? A.
Re-Set or Re-Shod Evans 742 2004 EASTERN NATIONAL 4-H HORSE BOWL ROUND EIGHT ONE – ON – ONE 1.
What is the name of the attachment on the port of a curb bit that will spin in the horse’s mouth as it moves its’ tongue.
Cricket or roller IDET, p. 72 — Compression of the large venous plexuses within the hoof causes what action? A.
Pumps blood back up the leg HIH 505 – 5 TOSS UP – BONUS ATTACHED 20.
Q. What part of the harness helps the horse hold back the vehicle when there is no brake? A.
Breeching (Also accept Pole Strap or Thimbles/Shaft Cup IDET, p. 38 S. BONUS 21.
Name six of the bones in the back leg of the horse from the stifle joint distally? A.
Tibia, Fibula, Tuber Calcis, Tarsal Bones, Metatarsal Bones (Cannon and splints), Phalanges (long pastern, short pastern and coffin bone), the navicular bone (distal sesamoid) and proximal sesamoids.
HIH 230 – 2 S. RESUME OPEN QUESTIONS 22.
Q. How is a nutritional calorie defined? A.
The heat required to raise 1 kilogram of water 1 degree C.
Lewis, p. 9 S. 23.
Q. What is the term for the box from which livestock is released into the arena in rodeo events? A.
Chute IDET, p. 56
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