The Golgi apparatus is a set of steps that can be used to help horses train their horses and move them.
It’s a great piece of equipment for anyone who wants to teach horses how to use their legs and walk.
You can see the full set of instructions for making a Golgi, as well as some additional tips and tricks to make it even easier to use.
Here’s a look at how to make one yourself:1.
Determine the length of your horse’s leg and the length you’d like your Golgi to be.
(In this example, the length is 10.5 feet.)2.
Draw the diagram.3.
Drill holes for the screws.4.
Place the screws into the holes you drilled for the screw.5.
Screw the screws in place.6.
Take the screws out of the gilded pieces of wood and place them on a table.7.
The screw will now be the center of the diagram, as shown in the photo below.8.
Once you’ve got the center, you can adjust the screws to fit the circumference of the horse.
You’ll need to do this for each leg, though, so make sure you don’t lose the screws once you have them.9.
Cut a strip of wire to fit over the hole in the gilding.10.
Using a piece of tape, wrap the wire around the gorging screw and glue it in place as shown below.11.
Place a piece the size of a piece you need for each screw, which you can find at most hardware stores or online.12.
Take your Golgies to the field.
(The instructions for doing this vary depending on your model.)13.
When your Golgs are at the field, make sure to take your time.
Make sure the horse’s body is as straight as possible.
Make your Golgy as tall as you can.
This should help the horse keep his balance.14.
When you’re done, put them back in the saddle and let them train.