The ability to weigh your horse is a hugely under rated tool. Whether it is estimating your horse's weight for medication- wormers, sedation etc, or as part of a monitoring plan for weight loss or gain, we encourage all owners to weigh their horses once a month in order to pick up any changes.
STEP 1) Measure the girth (cm) by passing the tape around the horse, immediately behind the elbow and withers.
= 185 cm
STEP 2) Measure body length in cm. Measure from the point of the shoulder to the point of the buttock (tuber ischii).
STEP 3) Use the formula: GIRTH (cm) x GIRTH (cm) x LENGTH (cm) divided by 11877 = WEIGHT (kg)
= 185 x 185 x 175 divided by 11877 = 504 kg
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New House Farm, Belbroughton Rd, Blakedown DY103JH