By painting the horse's muscles on one side, and the bone structure on the other side, it makes it easy to understand how the horse's body works. By looking at the horse's muscles, you can see what makes good balance and nice movement. The colorful major muscle groups show how the muscles work. Susan Harris will lunge the horse on a lunge line or jump the horse over jumps to give students a better understanding. This way, you can visually see it, instead of sitting in a class room learning about it from a drawing. It's plain to see what causes poor or good movement, and common causes of movement problems.
The original "Painted Horse" is a 23-Year Old purebred Gelding named Satori owned by Peggy Brown. He was the original "Living Anatomy Model Horse" from the first Visible Horse Presentation at Equitana USA in 1996.
Official Website: http://www.anatomyinmotion.com/