PollCrestForeheadNostrilMuzzlePoint of ShoulderBreastChestForearmKneeCoronetHoofPasternSesamoid BoneFlexor TendonFetlockCannonUnderlineHockGaskinStifleFlankCroup

1) Poll; The poll is the bony prominence lying between the ears. Except for the ears, it is the highest point on the horses body when it is standing with its head up.

2) Crest;  Moderately lean in mares but inclined to be more full in stallions. Curved topline of the neck.

3) Forehead; The forehead should be broad, full and flat.

4) Nostrils ; The nostrils should be capable of wide dilation to permit the maximum inhalation of air, yet be rather fine.

5) Muzzle; The head should taper to a small muzzle, the lips should be firm and the lower lip should not have the tendency to sag.

6) Point of Shoulder ; The point of shoulder is a hard, bony prominence surrounded by heavy muscle masses.

7) Breast; The Breast is a muscle mass between the forelegs, covering the front of the chest.

8) Chest; An ideal chest is deep and contains the space necessary for vital organs. A narrow chest can lead to interference with the front legs. Chest muscles should be well developed and form an inverted "V". The prominence of chest muscling depends on the breed.

9) Forearm; The forearm should be well muscled, it extends from the elbow to the knee.

10) Knee; The knee is the joint between the forearm and the cannon bone.

11) Coronet; The coronet is the band around the top of the hoof from which the hoof wall grows.

12) Hoof; The hoof refers to the horny wall and the sole of the foot. The foot includes the horny structure and the pedal bones and navacular bones, as well as other connective tissue.

13) Pastern; The pastern extends from the fetlock to the top of the hoof.

14) Sesamoid;

15) Flexor Tendons; The flexor tendons run from the knee to the fetlock and can be seen prominently lying behind the cannon bone, when it runs parallel to the cannon bone it constitutes the desired "flat bone".

16) Fetlock; The fetlock is the joint between thecannon bone and the pastern. The fetlock joint should be large and clean.

17) Cannon;The cannon bone lies between the knee and fetlock joint, and is visable from the front of  the leg. It should be straight.

18) Underline;

19) Hock;The hock is the joint between thegaskin and the cannon bone, in the rear leg. The bony protuberance at the back of the hock is called the point of hock.

20) Gaskin; The gaskin is the region between the stifle and the hock.

21) Stifle;

22) Flank;

23) Croup;