It depends, if a horse hasn't won many races throughout it's racing career it might go to slaughter but if they've won lots and are still strong, they will be sent to stud farms or elite riding schools
Thoroughbred horses are found on farms throughout Kentucky. There are also found in every state in the United States and in other countries. They live wherever an owner who loves thoroughbred horses lives.
mostly on farms
Not everyone will have a horse and say it lives on a farm, because you dont have to own a farm to own a horse. A couple of acres for a horse to run around on is ideal, but the reason why most horses live on farms is because there is always plenty of room. It also depends on how big the farm actually is.
Horses changed the Plains people's lives because they can take you places.
Chickens normally live on farms.
goat lives in farms or pens
He is retired and lives in California.
It lives in a farms ecosystem.
They generally live on farms or grassland.
Retired. Lives in Bangkok.
The hen is a chicken that lives in a coop. These chickens can be found all around the world on farms.
mostly goats lives in Farms but more specifically they lives in pens or byre.
An American Saddle Horses (also called an American Saddlebred) habitat is 'domestic'. By 'domestic' I mean that it lives on farms, at stable yards, and only in domestic situations. American Saddlebreds are a man made bred and therefore live wherever their owners chose to keep them.
At the start of their lives
In stables, in a feild or in the wild!!!
they were sent to concentration camps and slaughtered like animals.
He retired after the 2006 season and lives with his wife and daughter.
He is retired and lives in California, he is in his eighties.
the population that lives on farms and really small towns
I think he lives in Barrington farms in Atlanta, GA.
This thing- it lives in the sea
Wild horses can