Diane Hash, REMT, at work.

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© Diane Hash, REMT dba Feeling Your Oats Equine Massage. Feeling Your Oats is a registered trademark. All rights reserved. Photography by Kathryn Hollinrake, Hollinrake.com. Some animals and locations courtesy Willow Lane Ranch, Granum AB. Trained professional. Do not attempt what you see here. Working with a free horse in a stall is not recommended and could lead to serious injury. In all cases, a handler was present and standing by.​

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The front legs work the hardest...

The horse carries 65% of its weight on its front legs. Because they don't have a clavicle (collar bone) as we do, the attachment of that foreleg is strictly by soft tissue.