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Sometimes it is hard to know a horse should look when in good flesh. Some look at an obese horse and see no danger while others take no issue with a horse on the thin side. There are dangers that come with each and the Kentucky Equine Research center has come up with a helpful guide that you can download to post in your barn or keep on file that helps you to understand what a horse in healthy flesh looks like. View the chart Here