Horse Mad Quiz Are You Daring =) Lov Animals

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  • 1. 

    What do horses eat ?

    • A.

      Bran, chaff, hay, lucrin,sugarbeet

    • B.

      Almonds, jelly beans, soda, hay

    • C.

      Hay, grass, lucrin,chaff, oats sugarbeet,carrots,apples

    • D.

      Apples. carrots, chaff, oats, sugarbeet, chicken

    • E.

      Grass, hay, bran, chaff, carrots

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Bran, chaff, hay, lucrin,sugarbeet
    C. Hay, grass, lucrin,chaff, oats sugarbeet,carrots,apples
    E. Grass, hay, bran, chaff, carrots
    Explanation
    Horses have a herbivorous diet, meaning they primarily eat plant-based foods. The correct answer includes a variety of horse-friendly foods such as bran, chaff, hay, lucrin, sugarbeet, oats, carrots, and apples. These foods provide the necessary nutrients and fiber for a horse's overall health and digestion. Grass is also an essential part of a horse's diet, as it is their natural forage. Including a combination of these foods ensures that the horse receives a balanced diet.

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  • 2. 

    What did Phar Lap Die of

    • A.

      Old age

    • B.

      Heart attak

    • C.

      Poisoning

    • D.

      Broken leg

    • E.

      Nothing

    Correct Answer
    C. Poisoning
    Explanation
    Phar Lap, a famous racehorse, died of poisoning. This explanation is supported by historical records and investigations conducted after his death. Phar Lap's sudden and mysterious demise was initially attributed to a heart attack, but further examination revealed that he had been poisoned with a large dose of arsenic. The poisoning theory is widely accepted, as it aligns with the horse's symptoms and the circumstances surrounding his death.

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  • 3. 

    What is the Highest horse jump?

    • A.

      8 feet

    • B.

      2 feet

    • C.

      10 feet

    • D.

      3 feet

    • E.

      1 foot

    Correct Answer
    A. 8 feet
    Explanation
    The highest horse jump is 8 feet. This means that a horse has successfully cleared an obstacle that is 8 feet high. Horse jumping is a popular equestrian sport where horses are trained to jump over various obstacles. The height of the jump is an important measure of the horse's ability and skill in the sport. A jump of 8 feet is considered to be quite impressive and requires a strong and agile horse.

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  • 4. 

    Phar Lap was a              breed of horse

    Correct Answer
    Thourabred
    Explanation
    the answer is the breed of horse Phar Lap was

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  • 5. 

    What part of a horses leg is almost impossible to heal after a bad break ?

    • A.

      The frog

    • B.

      Pastern and the Fetlock

    • C.

      Fetlock

    • D.

      Thia bone

    • E.

      Frogety

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Pastern and the Fetlock
    C. Fetlock
    Explanation
    The pastern and the fetlock are parts of a horse's leg that are almost impossible to heal after a bad break. These areas are particularly vulnerable to fractures and injuries due to the high amount of stress and weight they bear during movement. The complex structure and limited blood supply in these areas make it difficult for proper healing to occur, often resulting in long-term or permanent damage.

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