How do you draw blood from a horse? Where is the best spot, and how do you locate the veins to draw from?

The place that veterinarians always use for blood draws for Coggin’s tests, CBCs, other diagnostic measures, or even to give an intravenous injection is the jugular vein located on either side of the neck. To be more specific, this vein, located in the jugular groove, is on the lower part of the neck just below the muscular area. The jugular vein runs along the whole length of the neck; however, the easiest place to take blood from is about 6 …