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Horses

All about horses
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Kat Wieland

on 21 September 2014

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Transcript of Horses

By: Katja
Wieland

Horses
Type
Markings
A colt is a young male
A filly is a young female
yearling
two year old
stallion or entire
mare
A
g
e

O
f

H
o
r
s
e
s
.
star
stripe
white
face
blaze
star,
stripe,
snip
interrupted stripe
star,
stripe
snip

- Apples and carrots
-Horse nuts or mixes
-Maize
-
Oats
-Root vegetables
-e.t.c.
Nutrition
All horses (including
z
e
b
r
a
s) belong to the genus equus
No two horses are identical. Each horse has it’s own distinct markings, just like people have their own unique fingerprints.
Famous horses
Mr. Ed
the talking horse TV star
Brown Beauty, the horse Paul Revere borrowed for his famous ride.
Cloud, the wild mustang stallion documented from birth for a PBS Nature series
Blueskin, one of General Washington's horses
~ Avocado
~ Onions
~ Potatoes
~ Persimmons
~ Rhubarb
~ Tomatoes
~ Any other members of the nightshade family which includes peppers
~ Broccoli or Cauliflower (may cause gas, which in turn may cause gas colic)
The American paint horse has colors ranging from white with mixes of brown, black, gray, and chestnut.
The Thoroughbred is a horse breed best known for its use in horse racing.
Black Beauty, a movie created in 1994 showing the life of a horse
WILD HORSES
Over 100 years ago there were an estimated 2 million mustangs roaming the range.
Only approximately 25,000 mustangs roam the United States today.
Domestic horses have a lifespan of around 25 years.
Horses gallop at around 27 mph.
Foal
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