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In the U.K., there is no hard brush. We use the word dandy brush for a stiff bristled brush.

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The term HORSE is mostly used to address the male horse. The general name for a female horse is MARE. A young female horse under the age three is called a FILLY. However, the term FOAL is used to address both the young male and female horse.

While an adult female horse are called MARE....

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Your answer to this question is incorrect. The correct order is: curry comb, dandy brush, body brush. The terms "soft brush" and "hard brush" are nebulous general terms that do not belong in a grooming kit. I am a national coach and the director of our high school equestrian academy. believe me,...

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I wrote mare, filly and got the question incorrect, if its meant to be in order you should say something like... what is a young female horse called? And then have another question that say something like " what is an adult female horse called" or have a combination of the two, because i...

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Showhuntersas a group are judged on manners, way of going, and conformation. Turnout, the presentation ofhorseand rider, are often taken into account as well.Jumpersare judged by how quickly ahorsecan complete a course of jumps with the fewest errors, called faults.

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The female horse is called a mare. The right terms for horses and donkeys can sometimes be very confusing for a lot of people. Some would even want to refer to the female horse as “female horse” rather than to search for the different names that should be used for the various horses...

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I have a stallion and he is better behaved then a gelding XD it all depends on the horse

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Paper, Straw, and Shavings.Paper, Straw, and Shavin

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A baby horse is called a foal. If it’s still nursing from its mother, it might be called a suckling. It all depends on the kind of horse trainer and person on the sight. This term is actually used only for horses or other equine animals. A pregnant horse is often said to be “in...

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A white marking the foot that goes to up to the ankle

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