Does the types of horses effect how fast they run?
Definiteley. Thoroughbred are the fastest; they can run 45 mph. Actually, Quarter Horses are the fastest for a quarter of a mile, but then the Thoroughbreds have more endurance. Ponies are generally slower. Young horses are generally faster than older ones. Andalusiangirl
Appaloosa is just the colour of a horses coat. It doen't effect their speed at all. they run the same speed as other horses. The average horse can gallop anywhere from 25 to 45 miles an hour.
Most people would say that horses run fast.
They have a flexible body that allows it to run fast.
no because horses might be born different and wont be able to run.
Horses learn how to jump and run as fast as they could.
Yes, horses have evolved to be fast and efficient runners.
the height does effect how fast you run. people with shorter legs run faster than people with longer legs
Gallop is the horses fastest gait
B ecuz the mussles in their legs are made to powerful enough to get them to run so fast, so that if they are wild horses they can escape from predators easily.
They can run up to 35mph.
Yes Quarter horses are fast sprinters, but they cannot handle the distances that Thoroughbreds can. Quarter horses are best at 440 yards or a quarter mile.
Thoroughbreds, as in race horses, can run up to about 40 mph.
Transylvania horses are known to be some of the fastest horses. These of course are generally race horses and are breed and trained to run fast. The average speed of a horse is 40 miles per hour.
the horse is very fast to run.
because your not an animal.
taser it. it works for humans, why not horses?
No but they can fly sometimes.
fairly fast when they want to. some have been reported to outrun horses
They have four long legs that can carry them a long way at a fast speed.
by how they move ...... they run fast ...... that's all
Quarter horses typically run at 40 MPH, but can sprint up to 50 MPH.
they run fast and can be used 2 replace cars
30-55 miles per hour
The horses run really fast in horse racing
Appaloosas can run anywhere from 20-50 MPH depending on the horses conformation and genetics.
Zebras run fast so they can escape predators to avoid becoming a meal for a hungry leopard. Though, zebras run fast, horses run faster. Zebras make up for their speed in stamina. They can run for long enough to tire out their opponents.
The average thoroughbred can run a mile in 1.5 minutes. The fastest of horses have run up to 50 mph.
Quarter horses that are bred for racing can run a quarter mile at 55 mph, and many clock times of under 26 seconds.
Usally in playing horses chace each other and run as fast as they can,or they are running away from something if they are scared.Also if they are a thourobred thy race with their jokeys(riders).
Cheetahs effect people to run really fast so that they can catch them.
they save people that are hurt and they run really fast as they can.
They usually don't run unless something or someone sets it off. If that happens (Hopefully it won't) they do run very fast. When they are out on pasture and gallop through the field, they run faster that a donkey and ponies but not a lot faster than horses. Depending on the animals size and fitness levels they will run faster than some horses.
Horses can run pretty fast. They can go up to 45-55 mph if they really go at. In fact, the fastest Quarter Horse ever was clocked at 57 mph. youtube.com/cavallopedgogue - this girl has all the answers ;) just webmail her
Draft horses are not built for speed. They are bred to pull heavy loads, that's what they excell at.
it depends. throughbreds can run 69.2 km per hour, and the quarter horse can run 50 mph.
The majority of horses can gallop at speeds of 18 to 30 MPH, while horses bred for racing can typically gallop at speeds of 30 to 50 MPH.
An American quarter horse can run up to 60 mph. and that is only if the horse is athletic
Quarter Horses can reach speeds up to 55 m.p.h!!! ;)
Mustangs are fairly fast horses, but they typically run about the same speed as other breeds of horse, so roughly 20 to 25 MPH (32-40 kph.)
When Mustang horses walk its about 2 MPH. Also when Mustang horses run walk its about 15 MPH. And when a Mustang horse runs it's about 25-45 MPH.
Fast. "Some horses are not built to run fast an may only do a fast canter at their best; however, the gallop is about 30 mph. Thoroughbreds, which are bred for running distance but not speed, have been clocked at over 40 MPH. Quarter horses, bred and raced for short distances at speed, can reach 50 MPH in short bursts."
They run as fast as they can and hope they don't get caught, like wild horses do.
run away as fast as they can, they also kick out with there hind legs as defense.
normal race horses can go up to like 60 kph
if there are hole you will fall and lost your speed but on the straight surface you will get more speed
Quarter horses don't run a mile. They are faster than a Thoroughbred for a quarter mile. At top speed they can run about 55 mph.
Yes, horses are built to run. They are also built to pull heavy weights, though this is secondary to their ability to run, and travel long distances. Not all horses are fast, they do have three basic 'running types' Sprinter, Middle Distancer, and stayer. Sprinters are chunky with big hindquarters. Middle Distancers tend to have slightly bigger hindquarters like a sprinter, but a bit longer in the body like a stayer. Stayers have long, lean… Read More
Mustangs can run just as fast as regular horses - about 60 kph or 40 mph.
probably not because most horses are built for speed and donkeys are not
Donkeys are pound for pound stronger than horses but are not as fast.