Movement plays an essential role in a horse’s daily life. In the second part you will use the knowledge from the first part to learn to look at and assess the horse properly. What is it that makes a horse ‘well-built’, and what influence do certain deviations in the conformation have? By observing horses in movement, you will learn which abnormalities in movement there are and how to recognize them. Subjects such as lameness testing, abnormalities that can cause lameness and the horse’s ability to recover from injury are discussed. Zefanja takes you into the stories of horses that she has been allowed to encounter on the dissection table. You read the background stories of the horses and get a glimpse into their bodies through images from the dissections.