Horse Facts Quiz

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Think you know all about horses? Try this quiz to see!

  • 1
    Which is a correct clip?
    Which is a correct clip?
  • 2
    Where is the horse's chestnut?
    Where is the horse's chestnut?
  • 3
    If these are the legs:
    1 2
    3 4
    What is the sequence of trot?
    If these are the legs:1 23 4What is the sequence of trot?

  • 4
    Which are all parts of a saddle?
    Which are all parts of a saddle?
  • 5
    What are the three main English shows?
    What are the three main English shows?
  • 6
    What is show-jumping?
    What is show-jumping?

  • 7
    Which part of the hoof can't you pick out?
    Which part of the hoof can't you pick out?
  • 8
    What is a Piebald horse?
    What is a Piebald horse?
  • 9
    When you ride, how do steer the pony's head?
    When you ride, how do steer the pony's head?
  • 10
    What is livery?
    What is livery?

  • 11
    If you have to walk behind a horse, whereabouts should you walk?
    If you have to walk behind a horse, whereabouts should you walk?
  • 12
    What is a horse's field of view?
    What is a horse's field of view?
  • 13
    What is the only true wild horse left?
    What is the only true wild horse left?

Comments (2)

autorenew

358 days ago
A couple of these were incorrect.
#1: I think what you meant to say was either "Which is the name of an existing clipping style" or "Which is the correct type of clip for (insert whatever you may be using it for here)."
#7: You said that the frog can't physically be picked out of the foot. Although you're not supposed to be able to pick the frog out, you actually can if the horse contracts a bad enough case of thrush.
#11: It depends. If you have to walk behind the horse, but for no reason other than to pass them or something like that, and if there is room, you should walk at least six feet behind the horse. The exceptions to this are mainly for veterinary- or farrier procedures, or if there isn't room to walk six feet behind the horse.
#13: Horses have almost 360-degree vision, with the exception of only two blind spots; one directly in front of them and one directly behind them.

Other than that, this was a fun quiz to take. These questions weren't really like the ones I normally see on these online quizzes.
469 days ago
Number 11 is wrong, If you are gonna walk behind a horse, you should always walk at least 6 feet (2 meters) behind the horse, unless you have a bond between your horse, where they allow you to walk behind them as long as you keep your hand on he/she