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ONCE UPON A HORSE
Transcript of ONCE UPON A HORSE
Types of Horses
Arabian horses were originally found in Arabia.
They are likely to be grey.
One of the many things there used for is dressage.
One famous horse in the breed is Godolphin Stallion.
The American quarter horse originated in the USA.
Quarter horses come in lots of colors, but I like strawberry roan.
One of the many things they're used for is for cow ponies.
Thoroughbreds are originated in England.
They are likely to be brown.
They are used for hunting.
They came from Chincoteague/Assateague.
They are likely to be pinto colored.
The horse that made this breed famous is Misty of Chincoteague.
Have you ever heard someone say something like "Let's tack up the horses and go for a ride."? If you have, that's horse talk.
Tack- equipment used to ride, handle, or care for horses.
Saddle- a seat typically made of leather put on the back of a horse for riding.
Jockey- someone who rides on a race horse.
Have you ever heard someone say, "Look at that pretty mare!" or "She's as pretty as a spotted filly"? Here are the definitions for horses at different ages.
Mare- a female grown-up horse.
Stallion- grown-up male horse
Foal- baby horse under 1 year.
Colt- a young male.
Filly- a young female that has been weaned.
Przewalski horses came from Mongolia. They are used for riding. Their coats are dun colored with pangare features. Some are faintly striped.