Horse Information

Horse Information

Welcome to Learn about Horses’s Horse Information section! This part of the site where you can get all your basic horse information.

horse eatingLearn about horse history.

God created horses on the sixth day of creation with all the other land mammals. From the day he made them people have loved them;
whether it was for work, war or pleasure, horses have always been involved in our history.
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Further your knowledge about a horse’s life from beginning to end.

Horses can be up and about within a half an hour after birth. They need to be quick and agile very soon after birth because in the
wild predators would love a little foal for dinner. >>> Read more…

Get to know more about horse colours.

Each horse’s coat is unique and one-off – Just like our hair and skin! There are so many different sorts of colouring
that can be found on horses! >>> Read more…

Find out more about horse markings.
Horses have many amazing and differnt markings that can come along with their unique coats. There are not too many but they are all different and interesting!
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Learn about horse communication.

Many people think that horses are silent animals, but this is not true at all! Horses communicate in many different ways –
Just because they don’t always use sounds to talk to one another doesn’t mean that they don’t communicate!
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Further your knowledge about a horse’s gaits.
Horses have four main ways of moving around; the walk, the trot, the canter and the gallop. Advanced Dressage riders can
get their horses to do more technical versions of these horse gaits, but that’s another story!
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Get to know more about horse conformation and anatomy.
Here is a picture of a horse’s anatomy and major points, which should explain its horse anatomy. >>> Read more…

Learn about horse conformation.
The term ‘horse conformation’ describes the lines, muscling and characteristics of a horse’s body. Whether
your horse has ‘good’ or ‘bad’ horse conformation depends really on what breed your horse is. >>> Read more…

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