Pony Parts Labels – Avery 5195

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It’s difficult for students to remember basic equine anatomy unless they do something interactive and hands-on, so you can use these labels to create games that teach all 42 Red Level pony parts.

This printable template has four sets of labels. Each set contains all 42 terms found in the Red Level HorseSense Study Guide and Pony Parts Worksheet.

We usually print all three pages at a time, which is the most efficient use of those label sheets.

Two sets of labels can be used in a simple Pony Parts challenge: teams or individual students compete to see who can place the most stickers correctly.


Use your most patient, bomb-proof horse for this exercise!

Warn students about touching sensitive areas of the horse’s body (tell them NOT to put labels directly on the dock, sheath, or udder – labels can be placed nearby instead!) and to remember safety rules (e.g., keep a hand on horse’s body when moving around him).


This PDF file is formatted for desktop printing on standard 8.5 x 11” label sheets.

Print using Avery Labels #5195 (or equivalent – the number keeps changing!), which is a 2/3”x 1 ¾” address label.

3 printed pages
Download file = 38 KB

You don’t have to print all pages at once, of course – but we’ve found that keeping a printed set on hand provides us with an easy rainy day lesson!

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