Horse Related Jobs! Trivia Facts Quiz

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How deep is your love for horses and think that you would bode well in a fiend that is horse related? There are a number of jobs you can do, which will guarantee interaction with horses. Do you think you know them all? Take up the quiz below on horse related jobs and see which one fits you. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    At what age is a filly considered a mare?

    • A.

      At the age of 10

    • B.

      At the age of 5

    • C.

      At the age of 2

    Correct Answer
    B. At the age of 5
    Explanation
    A filly is considered a mare at the age of 5. This is because a filly is a young female horse that is less than 4 years old. Once a filly reaches the age of 5, she is considered mature and is referred to as a mare. This is a common age milestone in the development of horses, marking the transition from adolescence to adulthood.

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  • 2. 

    Imagine that you are riding your horse in the countryside. He loses his shoe. What do you do?

    • A.

      Dismount and lead your horse back to the stables

    • B.

      Carry on riding

    • C.

      Panic!

    Correct Answer
    A. Dismount and lead your horse back to the stables
    Explanation
    If your horse loses its shoe while riding in the countryside, it is important to dismount and lead your horse back to the stables. Continuing to ride without a shoe can cause discomfort and potential injury to the horse. It is necessary to take care of the horse's well-being and ensure its safety by returning to the stables where the shoe can be replaced. Panicking would not be a productive response in this situation and carrying on riding without addressing the issue would be negligent.

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  • 3. 

    What is a male foal called?

    • A.

      Gelding

    • B.

      Stallion

    • C.

      Colt

    Correct Answer
    C. Colt
    Explanation
    A male foal is called a colt. A colt is a young male horse that is typically under the age of four. Once a colt reaches the age of four, it is usually referred to as a stallion if it is not castrated or a gelding if it has been castrated. Therefore, the correct answer is colt.

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  • 4. 

    Which are five types of grooming equipment?

    • A.

      Dandy brush, body brush, metal curry comb, saddle and a bridle

    • B.

      Dandy brush, body brush, metal curry comb, rubber curry comb and a hoofpick

    • C.

      Saddle, bridle, hoof oil, head collar and a lead rope

    Correct Answer
    B. Dandy brush, body brush, metal curry comb, rubber curry comb and a hoofpick
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Dandy brush, body brush, metal curry comb, rubber curry comb and a hoofpick. These grooming equipment are commonly used for maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of a horse. The dandy brush is used for removing dirt and loose hair, while the body brush is used for removing finer dirt and dust. The metal curry comb helps to remove mud and debris from the horse's coat, and the rubber curry comb is used for massaging and cleaning the horse's skin. Lastly, the hoofpick is used for cleaning the hooves of the horse.

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  • 5. 

    What is the equestrian term for a brown horse?

    • A.

      Brown

    • B.

      Bay

    • C.

      Dark brown

    • D.

      Light brown

    Correct Answer
    B. Bay
    Explanation
    Bay is the equestrian term for a brown horse. Bay horses have a reddish-brown body color with black points (mane, tail, and lower legs). They can vary in shade from a light reddish-brown to a dark mahogany color. The term "bay" is commonly used in the horse industry to describe this specific shade of brown.

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