Even the shadow makes it look like the horse lost three of its legs.
In a way, this makes sense; if rail-thin models are still too fat to avoid being photoshopped, a gigantic horse has no place being in a fashion picture. On the other hand, the dead, vacant expression in this model's face practically screams, "This is what happens when you refuse to eat sugar cubes out of my hand." Hopefully, whomever was forced to create this photoshop monstrosity had the good sense to ask "Why, exactly, can't the horse just be there? We have its head, so everyone knows there's a horse there. I don't get this." The answer, of course, is that nothing sells lace dresses like an unobstructed view of a fence and background foliage. Shoppers love background foliage. Original picture here.
Sources: American Apparel