# Do You Know Basic Of Horse?

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Are you a horse lover? Are you REALLY a horse lover? If you were, you would know the basics. . . So, try this test, if you think you're good enough.

• 1.

### What is a female young horse called?

• A.

Colt

• B.

Filly

• C.

Mare

• D.

Stallion

B. Filly
Explanation
A female young horse is called a filly. The term "filly" is used to specifically refer to a young female horse that is under the age of four. Once a filly reaches the age of four, she is then referred to as a mare. The term "colt" is used to describe a young male horse, while "stallion" is used to describe a mature, intact male horse.

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• 2.

### Mares usually have ______ baby at a time.

One
1
On
one
won
Explanation
Mares usually have one baby at a time.

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• 3.

### One hand equals 4 in.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
This statement is true because it is a commonly accepted measurement. In many cultures, the hand is used as a unit of measurement, specifically in relation to the height of horses. It is believed that one hand is equal to four inches. This measurement is often used when discussing the size or height of horses, especially in the context of buying or selling them.

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• 4.

### How much does a horses head weigh on average?

• A.

20 Lbs

• B.

8 Lbs

• C.

11 Lbs

• D.

14 Lbs

C. 11 Lbs
Explanation
The average weight of a horse's head is approximately 11 lbs.

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• 5.

### What age is a foal fully grown?

• A.

1-2

• B.

3-4

• C.

5-6

• D.

7

B. 3-4
Explanation
A foal is fully grown at the age of 3-4. During this time, the foal goes through a significant growth and development phase, both physically and mentally. By the age of 3-4, most foals have reached their full height and weight, and their bodies have matured to a point where they are considered fully grown. This is also the age when they are typically weaned from their mothers and start their training and preparation for riding or other activities.

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• 6.

### A horse knows when its full and stops eating.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Horses do not have the ability to know when they are full and stop eating. They are known to be grazers and will continue to eat if food is available. This behavior can sometimes lead to overeating and potential health issues such as obesity or colic. Therefore, the statement that a horse knows when it is full and stops eating is false.

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• 7.

### Horses have markings named...

• A.

Blaze

• B.

White Body

• C.

Coronet

• D.

High White

• E.

Tip

• F.

Bald Face

• G.

Stocking

• H.

Knee High

A. Blaze
C. Coronet
D. High White
F. Bald Face
G. Stocking
Explanation
The given answer includes the markings that horses can have on their faces and legs. A blaze refers to a white marking on the horse's face, usually in the shape of a stripe. A coronet is a white marking at the top of the horse's hoof. High white refers to a large amount of white on the lower legs. Bald face is a term used for horses that have extensive white markings on their face, often covering most of it. Stocking refers to a white marking that extends from the hoof up to the knee.

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• 8.

### Can you tell me what gait this it?

• A.

Trot

• B.

Walk

• C.

Gallop

• D.

Canter

C. Gallop
Explanation
The correct answer is Gallop. Gallop is a four-beat gait where the horse has a moment of suspension between each stride. In this gait, the horse's front and hind legs on the same side move together, creating a distinctive rocking motion. The gallop is the fastest gait of a horse, and it is often used in horse racing or when the horse needs to cover a large distance quickly.

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• 9.

### What is created when a donkey and horse are crossed?

• A.

Zebra

• B.

Mule

• C.

Donkey

• D.

They can't breed

B. Mule
Explanation
When a donkey and horse are crossed, a mule is created. Mules are the offspring of a male donkey (jack) and a female horse (mare). They inherit characteristics from both parents, such as the donkey's strength and endurance, and the horse's size and speed. Mules are known for their intelligence and hardiness, making them valuable working animals. They are sterile and cannot breed, which is why they are commonly used as pack animals rather than for reproduction.

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