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by Betty Skelton

Author: Betty Skelton
Language: English
Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (July 1977)
Pages: 334 pages
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The appendicular skeleton contains the fore and hindlimbs. The hindlimb attaches to the vertebral column via the pelvis, while the forelimb does not directly attach to the spine (as a horse does not have a collar bone), and is instead suspended in place by muscles and tendons. This allows great mobility in the front limb, and is partially responsible for the horse's ability to fold his legs up when jumping. Although the hindlimb supports only about 40% of the weight of the animal, it creates most of the forward movement of the horse, and is stabilized through attachments to the spine.

When the skeleton horse is tamed, you should see red hearts appear all around the skeleton horse and the . You will mount and be riding the skeleton horse. You can move the skeleton horse using the same controls that you use to move yourself

When the skeleton horse is tamed, you should see red hearts appear all around the skeleton horse and the skeleton horse will no longer buck you off. Now at this point, you can sit on the skeleton horse but you can not control the movement of the skeleton horse until you put a saddle on the skeleton horse. You can move the skeleton horse using the same controls that you use to move yourself. Change the camera angle if you want to see yourself riding the skeleton horse.