Oh, I know what you mean, I have read that book over and over, then refered back to it, the whole subject is alot to take in
When I first got my study work through, I gasped, but it grips you, and then you go outside and watch your horses move, and you go, 'Oh, so thats that bit moveing, etc, etc'
If you want a realy good book, that realy helps with learning the whole anatomy of the horse, from skeleton to muscles, to tendons, ligaments and nerves and blood vessels, the book my course recommended we get is,'The Horse Anatomy Workbook' It's by Maggie Raynor, it's brill, each page covers a different part of the horse, and it has huge diagrams that you have to colour in and label, it so helps with learning, I got it realy reasonable on Amazon.
Here's a link to the college, equine biomechanics is under their short courses.http://www.equinestudies.co.uk/
Thankyou so much for the offer of the DVD, that realy is very kind, I'll PM you, Thnkyou again.