Can You Own A Horse?

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Do know enough about horses to own one. Can you take care of them?


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  • 1. 

    1. Buying a horse. How should you decide which horse to buy?

    • A.

      Choose the prettiest one

    • B.

      Choose one with the best name

    • C.

      See how well you ride and have a horse on trail for a few weeks to see if thats the horse you want.

    • D.

      Ask older people to help you decide cus they have more knowledge than you do. Ask your instructor or stable manager.

    • E.

      Through the internet?

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. See how well you ride and have a horse on trail for a few weeks to see if thats the horse you want.
    D. Ask older people to help you decide cus they have more knowledge than you do. Ask your instructor or stable manager.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to see how well you ride and have a horse on trail for a few weeks to see if that's the horse you want, and to ask older people to help you decide because they have more knowledge than you do. This is because it is important to assess your riding skills and compatibility with the horse before making a purchase. Additionally, seeking advice from experienced individuals can provide valuable insights and guidance in making the right decision.

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  • 2. 

    How will you bring the horse to your stables?

    • A.

      Ride him

    • B.

      Put him in a horse box

    • C.

      Ask your stable manager to put him in a horse box

    • D.

      Change stables

    • E.

      By a train?!

    Correct Answer
    C. Ask your stable manager to put him in a horse box
    Explanation
    The best way to bring the horse to your stables is by asking your stable manager to put him in a horse box. This implies that the stable manager has the necessary equipment and experience to safely transport the horse to the stables. Riding the horse or changing stables may not be feasible or practical options, and using a train is not a suitable means of transportation for a horse.

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  • 3. 

    Good your horse is safly at the stables what do you feed him is it was kept in a field

    • A.

      You keep it in a field

    • B.

      Hay lots of it

    • C.

      Oats

    • D.

      Grain

    • E.

      First hay then little oats

    Correct Answer
    E. First hay then little oats
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to feed the horse hay first and then a little oats. This is because hay is a primary source of nutrition for horses, providing them with essential fiber and roughage. Oats, on the other hand, are a supplementary feed that can be given in smaller quantities to provide additional energy. Feeding hay first ensures that the horse gets the necessary nutrients before providing it with a smaller amount of oats for extra energy.

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  • 4. 

    Your first lesson! You dont get your horse to canter what do you do?

    • A.

      Get another horse

    • B.

      Let it follow someone

    • C.

      Hit the horse

    • D.

      Throw a tantrum

    • E.

      Whip the horse then follow someone

    Correct Answer
    E. Whip the horse then follow someone
    Explanation
    To get the horse to canter, the correct answer suggests using a whip to encourage the horse to move faster, and then following someone who is already cantering. This implies that using the whip can serve as a cue for the horse to increase its speed, and following another horse can help the horse understand the desired gait.

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  • 5. 

    Your first show. Your horse feels nervous and does alot of faults in the practice ring what do you do

    • A.

      Keep on practing!

    • B.

      Calm your horse by giving him food

    • C.

      Calm him by walking him

    • D.

      Quit

    • E.

      Stress out!!!!!

    Correct Answer
    C. Calm him by walking him
    Explanation
    Walking a nervous horse can help to calm them down by allowing them to release excess energy and focus their attention on their surroundings. It can also help to distract them from any potential stressors in the practice ring. By calmly walking the horse, the rider can help to create a more relaxed and focused environment, which may lead to improved performance and fewer faults.

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  • 6. 

    When should you groom your horse the most

    • A.

      If they are pragnant DUH

    • B.

      Start of summer

    • C.

      Start of winter

    • D.

      Just groom your horse once a week

    • E.

      Before a show

    Correct Answer
    B. Start of summer
    Explanation
    The start of summer is the best time to groom your horse the most because during this time, horses shed their winter coat and grow a new one. Grooming helps to remove the old, dead hair and stimulates the growth of a healthy, shiny coat. It also helps to prevent skin issues and keeps the horse comfortable in hot weather. Therefore, grooming at the start of summer is essential for maintaining the horse's overall health and appearance.

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  • 7. 

    How does your horse keep himself busy?

    • A.

      A sleeps

    • B.

      He does nothing

    • C.

      He eats

    • D.

      He plays

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because horses engage in various activities to keep themselves busy. They sleep to rest and rejuvenate, they eat to fulfill their nutritional needs, and they also play to exercise and entertain themselves. Therefore, all of these options are valid ways in which a horse can keep himself busy.

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  • 8. 

    Is it a big responsebility to own a horse

    • A.

      No

    • B.

      I dont think so

    • C.

      Jap

    • D.

      Should it be

    • E.

      ..........................

    Correct Answer
    C. Jap
    Explanation
    The answer "Jap" is a colloquial abbreviation for "Yes" or "Yep". It suggests that the person agrees with the statement that owning a horse is not a big responsibility.

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