If you can answer TRUE OR FALSE HORSES...

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15 Questions - Developed by: Hannah Banana - Developed on: - 4.758 taken

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  • 1
    The biggest horse ever was a Percheron at 21 hands high.
  • 2
    The Suffolk Punch is always bay or chestnut.
  • 3
    You are supposed to post when trot in the following: Hunter, Dressage, Western, English.
  • 4
    The black spots right above the hoof on a horse's socks are called mink spots.
  • 5
    Horses can get colic from too many apples.
  • 6
    The Palomino is a breed in which it can only be one color: golden with a white mane and tail. Other breeds that can only be one color include: Cleveland Bays.
  • 7
    The Tarpan now is similar in most aspects to the ancient one: size, color, special gait, etc.
  • 8
    The blanket pattern on an Appaloosa is when the horse is white all over with black or brown spots. The nose, tips of ears, mane, and tail are all black or brown.
  • 9
    Oak leaves and acorns are okay for horses if eaten in small amounts. The acorns make an excellent treat, but be careful to only give two or three.
  • 10
    Miniature horses look more like horses than ponies, despite their size.
  • 11
    A mother horse is called the dun.
  • 12
    When one ear is forward and one is back the horse's attention is split.
  • 13
    It has been proven that horses can remember small names and words, but what matters when talking to a horse is tone.
  • 14
    A horse's legs need a gentler brush than the body when grooming.
  • 15
    Suffolks have no feathers.

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