Horse Anatomy

Asked September 20, 2016, 2:41 PM EDT

We have just joined 4-H and are learning the outside anatomy of the horse for our 4-H project. In the 4-H literature the throat area is labeled the throat latch. I always thought the throat latch was part of the bridle, but that area of the horse is called the throat. Is throat latch correct? And I guess moving forward into any 4-H contest we should follow the labeling from what we are given to study to get a correct score, correct?

Denise

Brazos County Texas horses 4-h and youth 4-h horse project

1 Response

I would suggest contacting your 4-H agent:

Jerod Meurer

County Extension Agent

• County Extension Agent

• 4-H and Youth Development

• 4-H Coordinator

979.823.0129

979.775.3768 (fax)

jerod.meurer@ag.tamu.edu