How Your Horse Moves || Gillian Higgins

This isn’t the sort of book I’d normally review and, no, I haven’t started an equestrian spin-off. Dangerous things, horses, have a mind of their own!

In point of fact, the book was sent to me in error, but it’s worth drawing to the attention of anyone who wants to paint horses because of the excellent illustrations of equine anatomy, many of them rather neatly overlaid with the skeletal structure. If you’re wanting to paint horses and you want them to have that natural sense of movement that even a standing horse has, it’s well worth having this by your side.

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