skeleton of a horse 
Bone fused to the tibia and forming the outer limb between the femur and the tarsus.
Bone fused to the radius and forming the inner limb between the humerus and the carpus.
First cervical vertebra supporting the head.
Bony structure enclosing and protecting the brain.
Last phalange of the digit having a thick corneous covering upon which the horse rests.
Second bone of the digit corresponding to the coronet.
First bone of the digit corresponding to the pastern.
Slightly bulging, small flat triangular bone located on the front surface of the stifle and articulating especially with the femur.
Part of the hind limb formed of short bones located between the tibia, the fibula and the metatarsus; it acts as a shock absorber.
Posterior bone of the tarsus articulating with the tibia and forming the protuberance of the hock.
Long bone fused to the fibula and forming the inner limb between the femur and the tarsus.
Long bone of the hind limb articulating with the pelvis, the tibia and the fibula.
Bony girdle transmitting propulsion forward.
Small elongated bone of the third phalange of the digit allowing the lower part of the limb to move.
Long flat bone to which the ribs, in particular, are attached.
One of two bones between the carpus (forelimb) or the tarsus (hind limb) and the first phalange forming the fetlock joint.
Portion of the pectoral fin formed of short bones between the radius, the ulna and the metacarpus.
Long bone fused to the ulna and forming the outer portion of the limb between the humerus and the carpus.
Upper terminal part of the ulna articulating with the humerus; it forms the protuberance of the elbow.
Long bone of the forelimb whose articulation with the scapula allows shocks to be absorbed when the horse runs.
Toothed bone forming the lower jaw.
Large thin flat bone connected to the trunk by numerous muscles and ligaments; it has a wide range of motion.
Thin curved bone articulating with the vertebral column and the sternum.