Online Equestrian Quiz No 2 - answers

The following are the answers to points A to F

Aids: Signals made by the rider to communicate his or her wishes to the horse, The natural riding aids are the use of legs, hands, positioning of body weight and voice.
Bone: The measurement taken around the cannon below the knee, the greater the bone measurement the greater the ability to carry weight.
Conformation: The arrangement of the parts of a horse, with particular reference to its proportions.
Dishing: The action whereby the toe of the foreleg is thrown outwards in a circular movement during forward movement.
Ermine: A term used for black spots on white markings.
Frog: The rubbery, triangular pad on the underside of the hoof which acts as a shock absorber