Total......................     100

Student's card for the proportions of the horse (Cornell)

Name of Animal                                          Breed or service

Sex                                                                 Age

Color and Markings                                    Blemishes

Defects

Estimated Weight                                       Actual Weight

Owner                                                            P. O.

Inches

Height at withers................

Height to highest point of croup...........

Length from point of shoulder to quarter........

From lowest point of chest to the ground........

From the point of elbow to the ground.........

From the point of elbow to trapezium.........

From trapezium to ground.............

Circumference of the arm .............

Circumference of cannon in center...........

Circumference of foot at coronet...........

Length of head.................

Width of forehead................

Circumference of muzzle at angle of mouth........

Width of chest from outside of shoulder points......

Width across hips................

From center of dock to anterior point of patella......

From point of hock to point of hip..........

From point of hock to ground.............

Circumference of thigh...............

Circumference of shank in the center..........

Circumference of body at the girth..........

Length of croup.................

Height of crest of occiput from ground.........

Dorsal angle of scapula to hip...........

From angle of lower jaw to forehead above eye......

From throat to superior border of neck.........

Beef-cattle score-card

Class, Breeding Females General characters

Form. — Compact, thick-set and short-legged in appearance; body deep, thick, and of medium length ; top line straight, under line low in flanks ; scale medium to large, not greatly above average for the breed.

Quality. — General refinement of symmetrical and clean-cut features; breed characters pronounced; bone fine and clean; hair fine and soft; skin of not more than medium thickness; head, neck, and legs short and fine, but strong.

Condition. — Great wealth of natural flesh, as from abundant supply of best grass or other roughage, but not excessively fat; flesh firm, mellow and springy, without ties, lumps, patches, or rolls, especially in the back and loin; skin loose and soft; depth and evenness of flesh consistent with degree of fatness.

Constitution. — Generous and symmetrical development; lively carriage ; ample heart-girth, capacity of barrel and depth of flanks; eyes full, bright, and clear ; nostrils wide apart, large and open; absence of refinement to point of delicacy; skin of at least medium thickness and free from scurf; coat soft and bright.

Early maturity. — General refinement and compactness; body large, extremities small; shortness of head, neck, and legs; amplitude of girth in chest, belly, and flanks.

Sexuality. - Strongly marked; a general appearance of sensibility and feminine refinement of features ; moderate length and great capacity in coupling ; width in loin, hip-bones, and pin-bones; well-developed udder and prominent milk veins; horn and coat fine ; eyes expressive of mild and gentle sensitiveness.