Horse Racing Quizzes & Trivia

Gallup to the finish line in this trivia quiz about the equestrian world of horse racing! With a deep history that dates back to Babylonia, Greece, and Egypt, there aren't many cultures that haven’t been impacted by the sport of the Gods. Today, across the United States hundreds of betting men and women head to the track to suss out the individual characteristics that make a horse a winner in today’s horse races.

With our exciting trivia quizzes, you can become a winner, get the inside advantage on your competitors and learn everything there is to know about equestrian racing. As always, share your score with your friends and invite them to take a shot at beating your high score in classic trivia fashion!

Horse Information

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 242   |  Last updated: Feb 12, 2013
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    A white marking on a horse's forehead is called a:

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...

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 241   |  Last updated: Feb 26, 2019
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    Have you ever been on a horse?

How much can you score on this Horses & Horse Racing quiz?

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 104   |  Last updated: Mar 3, 2016
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    Who won the inaugural Breeders' Cup Special Stakes at Gulfstream in 1986?

Attempt this quiz and find out for sure,Are you a Horses & Horse Racing addict?

Questions: 22  |  Attempts: 101   |  Last updated: Mar 3, 2016
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    What year did the Thoroughbred Racing Association formally recognize the Triple Crown races?

How big of a Horses & Horse Racing champion are you?

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 101   |  Last updated: Jul 30, 2015
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    2007 Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense was foaled in what year?

Horse Racing Questions & Answers

What's your favorite type of horse?
This is stupid because there was a correct and incorrect answer, when yet it was my own opinion!?
Which of these is not a gait?
In western, the jog is very much a gait. It's a gentle, barely there trot and patterns call for it at shows.
What are the steps of how to take care of your horse after hard exercise?
Heat and exercise can lead to severe problems with overheating and dehydration. Horses should be cooled after exercise. You should always walk for at least the last ten to fifteen minutes of your ride. Let the horse drink as much water as it needs to
What is the part of a bit that extends form the mouthpiece to where the reins is attachs called?
The part that the reins attach to is not the "cheek". It's the "shank". Thats on a western bit. On an english bit, it attaches to the ring. The "cheek PIECE" is the piece that attaches on to the bit to hold in on the bri