Are You A True Equestrian

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Are You A True Equestrian - Quiz

Horses are some of the most beautiful animals around and before you can ride one you have a connection with it otherwise it might just drop you. When was the last time you rode a horse of played a sport on horseback? Do you consider yourself a true Equestrian? Take up the quiz below and see if you are worth the name.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Have you ever been on a horse?

    • A.

      Yah I ride at least a couple times a week

    • B.

      Sometimes but not usually

    • C.

      I HATE horses I won't even go near them let alone ride them

    • D.

      Uhhh...whats a horse? I'm kinda confused

    Correct Answer
    A. Yah I ride at least a couple times a week
    Explanation
    The given answer suggests that the person has experience riding horses and does so regularly. This indicates that they have knowledge and familiarity with horses, making them a suitable candidate to provide insights or advice on horse riding.

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  • 2. 

    In which order do you tack up a horse?

    • A.

      Groom, Saddle, Saddle Pad, Bridle, Girth

    • B.

      Groom, Saddle Pad, Saddle, Girth, Bridle

    • C.

      Bridle, Girth, Saddle, Groom, Saddle Pad

    • D.

      What are you people talking about???

    Correct Answer
    B. Groom, Saddle Pad, Saddle, Girth, Bridle
    Explanation
    The correct order to tack up a horse is to first groom the horse to clean and prepare its coat, then place the saddle pad on the horse's back to provide cushioning, followed by placing the saddle on top of the pad to secure it in place. Next, the girth is tightened around the horse's belly to secure the saddle. Finally, the bridle is put on the horse's head to control and guide the horse while riding.

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  • 3. 

    Whats your level?

    • A.

      I walk and sometimes trot

    • B.

      Walk, trot, canter and small cross rails

    • C.

      I walk on the lunge line

    • D.

      Wait why do I have to get on the horse...I DON'T WANNA!!!!!!!!

    Correct Answer
    B. Walk, trot, canter and small cross rails
    Explanation
    The given answer suggests that the person's level includes being able to walk, trot, canter, and navigate small cross rails. This indicates that the person is at an intermediate or advanced level of horse riding, as they are comfortable with multiple gaits and are able to jump over obstacles.

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  • 4. 

    Whats your favorite type of horse?

    • A.

      Fresians

    • B.

      Morgan Warmblood

    • C.

      Honoverian

    • D.

      I love all horses!!!

    Correct Answer
    D. I love all horses!!!
    Explanation
    The given answer indicates that the person does not have a specific favorite type of horse and instead loves all horses. This suggests that they have an appreciation for all horse breeds and do not have a preference for one over the others.

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  • 5. 

    What is the piece of the bridle that goes in the horses mouth?

    • A.

      Mouthpiece

    • B.

      Bite

    • C.

      Bit

    • D.

      Wait...whats the bridle?

    Correct Answer
    C. Bit
    Explanation
    The piece of the bridle that goes in the horse's mouth is called the bit. It is a metal or rubber bar that rests on the horse's tongue and is attached to the reins. The bit is used to communicate with the horse and give cues for turning, stopping, and other commands.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is not a gait?

    • A.

      Jog

    • B.

      Trot

    • C.

      Walk

    • D.

      Canter

    Correct Answer
    A. Jog
    Explanation
    A gait refers to a particular way of walking or running. Jog, trot, walk, and canter are all different types of gaits. Therefore, the correct answer is "Jog" because it is a gait.

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  • 7. 

    How many beats is each gait?

    • A.

      Walk (2 beats) Trot (4 beats) Canter (3 beats)

    • B.

      Walk (4 beats) Trot (2 beats) Canter (3 beats)

    • C.

      Walk (4 beats) Trot (3 beats) Canter (2 beats)

    • D.

      Walk (3 beats) Trot (2 beats) Canter (4 beats)

    Correct Answer
    B. Walk (4 beats) Trot (2 beats) Canter (3 beats)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Walk (4 beats) Trot (2 beats) Canter (3 beats). This is because in the walk gait, there are four beats, with each leg hitting the ground separately. In the trot gait, there are two beats, with diagonal pairs of legs hitting the ground together. In the canter gait, there are three beats, with one hind leg hitting the ground first, followed by the other hind leg and the diagonal pair of front legs hitting the ground together.

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  • 8. 

    Why is riding important to you?

    • A.

      It is so much fun I love riding and horses...its the BEST!!!

    • B.

      Wait a minute...I think I am taking the wrong quiz...............................

    • C.

      It's not at all.

    • D.

      I don't know?!?!?!

    Correct Answer
    A. It is so much fun I love riding and horses...its the BEST!!!
  • 9. 

    What is the correct term for a horse's natural, two-beat gait that is faster than a walk but slower than a canter or gallop?

    • A.

      Trot

    • B.

      Canter

    • C.

      Gallop

    • D.

      Walk

    Correct Answer
    A. Trot
    Explanation
    The trot is a two-beat diagonal gait of a horse that is faster than a walk but slower than a canter or gallop. It is a common gait in horse riding and can be performed at different speeds, including a working trot, a jog trot, or a sitting trot.

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  • 10. 

    How well do you ride?

    • A.

      The horse runs around with his/her head in the air.

    • B.

      Wait why am I on this horse again?

    • C.

      I can sometimes get the horses head down.

    • D.

      I ALWAYS have the horse on the bit.

    Correct Answer
    D. I ALWAYS have the horse on the bit.
    Explanation
    The phrase "I always have the horse on the bit" suggests that the person is skilled at riding and has complete control over the horse's movements. "Being on the bit" refers to the horse being responsive to the rider's rein aids and accepting contact with the bit in its mouth. This indicates that the rider has developed a good connection and communication with the horse, which is essential for effective riding.

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  • 11. 

    Do you being a barn rat (mucking stalls, sweeping the isle, grooming, cleaning tack, etc?)  

    • A.

      If I have to I will

    • B.

      Eww gross!

    • C.

      Wait...whats a stall???

    • D.

      Absolutely

    Correct Answer
    D. Absolutely
    Explanation
    The person is expressing enthusiasm and excitement about being a barn rat, indicating that they do enjoy tasks such as mucking stalls, sweeping the aisle, grooming, and cleaning tack. They see it as a their own experience rather than a punishment.

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