Our custom assembly for the Danada Equestrian Center in the Dupage County Forest Preserve was a great success. We did a full assembly for the great folks at Danada in just over two days with lots of interested spectators and plenty of thought provoking equine questions. We went over some fabulous topics that included laminitis/founder, navicular, equine growth, biomechanics of the horse, spinal maladies, injury and prevention along with many others. We were royally treated by our friendly hosts and enjoyed their company greatly. Here is a before and after shot during the assembly.
Here is the second horse skeleton pose of the 5 part series showing a skeletal horse jumping a fence. This mount made its’ debut at the American Association of Equine Practitioner’s Association Conference in 2010. The jumping horse skeleton was in Vet Imaging’s booth at the trade show and the landing pose was displayed at the Luitpold Pharmaceutical/Adequan booth. We had smaller mounts in the Horse Science booth with Allie Hayes.
Here is the newly completed jumping skeleton that will be on display at the Rood and Riddle pavillion at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in beautiful Lexington Kentucky. We are less than one week away from the set up day and looking forward to a great time with our fellow equestrians from the United States and from around the world. We look forward to seeing you there from September 25th through October 10th.