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Answer It depends on where and how they are nibbling. If it is more of a nipping on the hind region, it is a gentle reminder of dominance. If they are standing ni…bbling, especially in the mane area, it is a calming and bonding act. If your horse is ever stressed try "nibbling" with your fingers right at the base of the mane about mid neck. It should calm them down if they are bonded to you.
They're not nibbling: they're grooming each other. Grooming is one of the social bonds that horses use to become and stay friends. Horses are social animals.
When two horses are nibbling on each other, it's a sign of mutual affection.
Meaning: a place with few comforts and activities; a dull rural town Origin: This expression was first used in the 1850s when there were more horses than people in some Americ…an towns. If a town had only one horse, it must have been really small, with very little happening. This exaggerated saying became popular even though it is insulting. Now it can describe any business or project that's considered rather minor or dull. Example: "They got fed up with the noisy, crowded city, so they moved to a one-horse town out West".
nothing bad, but its recommended to get your horses eyes checked out by a vet. heres a important link: http://www.thehorse.com/ViewArticle.aspx?ID=2811
It means that you have to make up your mind. You can't ride two horses with one butt.....its not possible. One person cannot ride two horses. Make up your mind.
Earton-speed, Treeton-Agility, Appleton-Strength, Hotton-Endurance, Witherton- Conformation.
A very small remote area. With only a few people that lived there.
Nothing. The notion that the number of hooves in the air indicates how a rider died is an urban legend.
In very small towns it is still possible to ride your horse into city limits. I always love to see it. It's Americana at it's finest, and brings images of a simpler time. If y…ou have a horse and want to ride in town, check first and make sure it is legal in your town, and make sure that your horse tolerates traffic and other noises before attempting anything urban.
No if there are two men on one horse it's fake
At the start of the game, you have a horse and cart. If you live in konohana, go to Kana's animal shop to rent a new horse or buy a new cart. If you live in Bluebell, go to Gr…ady's.
Redneck is slang for a stereotype-it can be any town with a large number of them in the opinion of the one referring to it