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Transcript of Horse
Horses live in the prairie
so mostly in grass lands
It has a mane that is its hair,it has two eyes,one nose,four hooves that are its feet,two ears,a nice fur coat,tail,neck,face,legs,butt,back,ankle,stomach,shoulders &mouth
very closely related to zebras
don't they look a like!
Wild horses stay in groups to survive
Horses also buck and rear up
"Bucking" is when a horse kicks with there two back hooves (feet)
"Rearing up" is when a horse stands up on there two back feet and with there two front feet will make a circel motion
by: Aviah Pastuck
Their fastest gait is called a gallop
their second fastest gait is a canter
their third fastest is a trot
their forth fastest is a jog
their last fastest is a walk
DID YOU KNOW ?
Horses have hard hooves to tolerate all different types of terrains
Horses live to 0-30 years old
Is a horse an animal?
Horses are mammals
they give suck to the ofsprings (foal & filly)
Horses can eat ...
foal / suckling/ weanling
some types of
amarican paint horse
anish warm blood
rish draught horse
erry bog pony
8 types of horses 2 ponies (here)
some horses live in stables
Horses can live in stables.
when horses live in stables that means there is a owner
to take care of the horse
some hoses are used for racing
but they can also be used for many other things
when a horse is ridden some people prefer not to use a saddel but if you use a saddle
it can be English or Western
some people ask what is the difference ?
well the saddle has no horn but the does
Horses are pregnant for
the baby horse will stand up after it is born
it will be able to go and nurse from it's mother
the baby will nurse for about an hour
horses are commonly good mothers...they lick there baby after it is born that is just like grooming (cleaning)
a Horse takes care of it's baby but if another baby comes along then the mother tells the older baby that it has to feed one grass instead of the mothers milk because she has to feed her younger baby
the mother horse will spend the rest of the day teaching the baby horse how to walk and talk and to start to eat grass
4 to 6 hours
Hoses like walk around and graze
did you know horses sleep standing up but they also sleep laying down
What is the difference between English AND Western riding
well you are going to find out !!!
The Western riding style developed according to the needs of cowboys who worked cattle from horseback. The Western saddle is made to distribute weight more evenly over the horse’s back so horse and rider can counterbalance the weight of a roped cow
English saddles are used to ride horses in English riding disciplines throughout the world. The discipline is not limited to England or English-speaking countries. This style of saddle is used in all of the Olympic and FEI equestrian disciplines, except for the newly approved FEI events of equestrian vaulting and reining. Most designs were specifically developed to allow the horse freedom of movement, whether jumping, running, or moving quickly across rugged, broken country with fences. Unlike the western saddle or Australian Stock Saddle, there is no horn or other design elements that stick out above the main tree of the saddle
Western horses tend to be compact and capable of steady travel all day with small bursts of speed to chase stray cattle.
However, some individuals have surprising talents, and a stocky Quarter Horse may surprise you in the dressage ring, while a Thoroughbred might have unexpected ‘cow sense’. Chances are you can find some success in any discipline or riding style no matter what your horse's type or breeding
Equus ferus caballus
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