Welcome to the world of horse trivia! If you love horses and know a lot about them, this is the perfect trivia for you. Test your knowledge about the unique and fascinating species that is the horse. Did you know that horses have been domesticated for over 5000 years? Did you know there are over 350 breeds of horses? From the smallest miniature horse to the tallest draft breeds, the beauty and diversity of these majestic creatures never cease to amaze. Get ready to test your knowledge on all things equine, from history and anatomy to riding and training. So come on, let's saddle up and get ready to learn more about our four-legged friends!
1) How many hooves does a horse have?
2) How long does a horse's gestation period last?
3) Which breed of horse is a Quarter Horse?
4) What is the name of the breed of horse known as a “flying carpet”?
5) How many teats does a mare have?
6) What type of horse is traditionally used for “Polo”?
7) What is the horse’s biggest muscle?
8) What is the name given to the marking on the forehead of some horses?
9) How many chromosomes do horses have?
10) What is the name given to the gait in which horses move their legs in a diagonal pattern?
11) How many “gaits” can horses show?
12) What does a foal become after weaning?
13) What type of horse breed is used as a hunter?
14) How long are horses believed to have been domesticated?
15) What type of horse breed is typically used in a rodeo?
16) How many divisions are there in horse racing?
17) How many molars does a horse have?
18) What is the name of the horse breed known for its white feathers and white coat?
19) What is the name of the horse breed known for its trademark “hitch”?
20) What is the name of the horse breed known for its stocky build and short legs?
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