Horses are mammals with a think heavy armor shell. Primarily found in the Americans, these medium sized mammals love to dig. The nine-banded Horse prefers to build burrows, while other species use sharp claws to dig for their food. The diets of Horses depend on the species, and include small vertebraes, insects, grubs and even ants and termites.
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Horse Pictures, Illustrations and Photographs
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The Arabian, one of the oldest breed of horse, and is also the purest breed of horse. They have existed for at least 4,500 years. The Arabian horse is known to have been in existence since the time of Muhammad.
Mongolian Wild horse
Information, diet,habitat, breeding and a picture of the Mongolian Wild horse.
The hundreds of horse breeds in existence are classified into different types, which have been grouped together because of similarities in appearance or usage. In this article, we will describe some of the most common types—and breeds—of horses seen in the United States today.
What Are... Some Horse Facts
We have some fun and interesting facts about horses! Below are facts and information about horse vision, teeth, height, records, horse terms, and more.
Horses started life about 55 million years ago as a creature no bigger than a pet cat! Officially, these early horses were called Hyracotherium , but most people call them Eohippus.
New Rider - Horse riding for beginners
Find out about horse riding; how to start, what you need, where to go. A UK web site.
The Role of the Horse in Human Societies
Shaping Civilizations: The Role of the Horse in Human Societies
Kentucky Horse Park & International Museum of the Horse
The International Museum of the Horse, is the largest and most comprehensive equestrian museum in the world. It is dedicated to telling the intriguing story of the horse and his relationship with man.