The Horse Quiz: You Need to Take This!

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25 Questions - Developed by: WesternHorseRiderz - Developed on: - 4.866 taken

Questions about all things horses are included in this test: colors, breeds, care, riding...

  • 1
    What does a strawberry roan look like?
    A breed of horse with a small head, long athletic legs, and their coats are always bright chestnut.
    I don't know.
    Chestnut head, legs, mane and tail, with the rest of the body having mixed white and chestnut hairs.
    No such thing.
    A stock breed that is always bay or chestnut.
  • 2
    True or false: Most white horses are actually gray.
    I have no idea.
  • 3
    Is a bay horse a horse that is brown/red with black head, legs, mane, and tail?
    I do not know.
    No, a bay horse is a brown/red horse, it is a solid color, the head, legs, mane and tail are not black.
  • 4
    Which of these is NOT a horse breed?
    Kentucky Trotter
  • 5
    Which of these breeds often has the top of it's mane clipped off?
    Rocky mountain horse
    Quarter Horse
  • 6
    Which breed is related and came from the same area as the Arabian?
    No such breed.
    Quarter Horse
  • 7
    A knabstrupper looks similar to:
    Quarter horse
    It is a unique breed not similar to any other breeds.
  • 8
    What does POA stand for?
    Power of Andalusian Association
    Pony of the Americas
    Pony Association
    Power of Appaloosa Association
    None of these.
  • 9
    Small black dots on the white part of the coronet are called:
    Ermine marks
    I don't know.
    This happens in the appaloosa breed often, an is called coronet spots
    Stain markings
    Ink marks
  • 10
    Are acorns poisonous to horses?
    I have no idea.
    In large amounts
  • 11
    How tall should fencing be for a horse?
    10 feet or more
    6-8 feet
    At least 5 feet.
    3-4 feet
    At least 6 feet.
  • 12
    Which type of fencing can be dangerous for horses?
    Alligator Track fencing
    All of these are okay and safe for horses.
    I don't know.
    Barbed wire
    Panel fencing
  • 13
    How many pounds of grain should you feed a horse per 100 pounds?
    100 pounds
    9 pounds
    None of these.
    50 pounds
    25 pounds
  • 14
    If a horse's back legs are too straight it is called:
    None of these.
    I don't know.
    Cow hocked
    Bit hocked
  • 15
    What color do horses see best?
    I don't know.
    Horses are colorblind.
  • 16
    What are the four natural gaits of a horse?
    Walk, trot (jog), can'ter (lope), gallop
    Walk, trot, gallop
    Walk, trot, can'ter, run
    Walk and run
    I don't know.
  • 17
    Which of these is a not learned gait?
    There is no such thing as a learned gait.
    All of these are learned gaits.
  • 18
    What is tack?
    A gait of the Rocky Mountain horse.
    The stuff you put on a horse before you ride: saddle, saddle blanket, bridle...
    None of these.
    A grooming tool used to help braid manes and tails more easily.
    I don't know.
  • 19
    A lead change is when:
    I don't know.
    When you switch hands in showmanship. This docks points, so you have to be careful not to switch.
    When a racehorse changes the speed of his gallop in a race.
    You change from the left lead to the right or vice versa when can'tering.
    When a horse unexpectedly wins a competition.
  • 20
    When you sit up so straight in the saddle that your back is really curved what is it called?
    None of these.
    Bad seat
  • 21
    Any changes to feed should be done:
    Over 2 or more months.
    I don't know.
    Not at all. You need to stick to the feed your horse is on. horses have very delicate digestive systems, and feed change could hurt them.
  • 22
    You mount and lead from what side of the horse?
    Right or Left.
  • 23
    A horse has it's ears flat back, it's swishing it's tail and swinging it's hindquarters. What is the horse saying?
    I don't know.
    I'm listening, but what you are asking me to do makes me nervous.
    That tickles!
    I'll buck, or, I'll kick
    Stop whatever you are doing it's aggravating.
  • 24
    A horse raises it's head and holds very still wit hit's ears pointed forward. What's he doing?
    A dressage move called the 'piaffe'.
    Trying to pretend he's not listening to you, so he doesn't have to obey you.
    Getting ready for a good gallop.
    Watching a movie.
  • 25
    Last question: How should you sit when can'tering?
    Sit perfectly straight in the middle of the saddle, perhaps leaning a tiny bit forward, but you should still be pretty straight. Your eyes should be forward, shoulders back, and your heels, unlike most times, should be level with the stirrup.
    Lean forward slightly to urge your horse faster.
    Leaned back slightly, but not too much.
    Do a handstand.
    I don't ride, sorry.:(

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