# Are You Really A Horse Girl?

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This is a quiz to find out if you really are a horse crazy girl!
They start out easy and then get harder & harder!

• 1.

### What do you put your foot into when you mount-up?

• A.

Bit

• B.

Stirrup

• C.

B. Stirrup
Explanation
correct, it is a stirrup!

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• 2.

### What is the hight of a horse measured in?

• A.

Cm

• B.

Inches

• C.

Hands

C. Hands
Explanation
The height of a horse is commonly measured in "hands." This unit of measurement is derived from the width of a person's hand, which is approximately 4 inches. Horses are measured from the ground to the highest point of their withers (the ridge between the shoulder blades). Each hand represents 4 inches, so a horse that measures 15 hands is approximately 60 inches tall. Using hands as a unit of measurement is traditional and widely recognized in the equestrian world.

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• 3.

### You can get black thoroughbreds

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
yes, you can get black thoroughbreds as a matter of fact my horse is a black thoroughbred (his name is Blackjack)

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• 4.

### When you put a bridle on a horse the           goes in the horses mouth first

bit
Explanation
When you put a bridle on a horse, the bit goes in the horse's mouth first. A bit is a metal mouthpiece that is attached to the bridle and sits inside the horse's mouth. It is used to control and communicate with the horse while riding. By placing the bit in the horse's mouth first, it allows the rider to have control over the horse's movements and direction.

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• 5.

• 6.

### How many breeds of horses are there?

• A.

1,000

• B.

50

• C.

More than 150

C. More than 150
Explanation
The answer "more than 150" is correct because there are indeed more than 150 breeds of horses. Horses have been bred for various purposes and characteristics, resulting in a wide variety of breeds with different appearances, sizes, and temperaments. Some well-known horse breeds include the Arabian, Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse, and Clydesdale, but there are many more breeds that exist around the world.

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• 9.

### What is (a) KK training?

• A.

A type of teacher

• B.

A type of bit

• C.

Nothing to do with horses

B. A type of bit
Explanation
KK training refers to a type of bit used in horse training. It is a specific type of bit that is designed to provide control and communication between the rider and the horse. The use of KK training bits is common in the equestrian world to guide and direct the horse's movements during riding.

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• 10.

### Which of the following horse breeds is known for its distinctive spotted coat pattern?

• A.

Thoroughbred

• B.

Arabian

• C.

Appaloosa

• D.

Clydesdale

C. Appaloosa
Explanation
The Appaloosa is a horse breed best known for its distinctive spotted coat pattern, which can include various combinations of white and dark spots. The breed is also known for its versatility and is used in a variety of equestrian disciplines. Unlike the Thoroughbred and Arabian, which are known for their speed and endurance, and the Clydesdale, which is recognized for its size and strength, the Appaloosa stands out for its unique and striking appearance.

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