How are horses used?
they can be ridden, they can pull a cart and race
horses are used for pleasure in the present. horses are used for pleasure in the present.
Some collective nouns used for horses are a stable of horses a team of horses a drove of horses a herd of horses a troop of horses a sting of horses a harras of horses
No horses are used for "war horses" anymore.
Before cars horses were used to pull carriages and as transport and before the first world war horses were used in battle. Horses used to be used in carrying machinery, pack horses and carrying other stuff. Also ploughing, hunting etc.
Horsee in the war were used as riding horses and pulling horses. Riding horses for the soldiers to ride so they could move faster then on foot. Pulling horses where used for pulling carts of useful items.
There were thousands of horses of all types of breeds that were used in World War I, from Quarter Horses to Belgian draught horses.
Horses are used as police horses and on ranches. They are also used to carry supplies and to provide therapy to people.
Yes, horses were used in 1809
horses were used for transport
Domestic horses can be used for riding!
Therapeutic miniature horses are used as seeing eye horses and as emotional therapy animals.
No, the word 'horses' is a plural noun, the plural form of the noun 'horse'. A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. The standard collective nouns for 'horses' are: a drove of horses a harras of horses a herd of horses a remuda of horses a string of horses a stud of horses a team of horses a troop of horses
Depends on what the horses are used for. If breeding, horses can be sold for sport, pets, and work but most horses are kept as pets, pleasure horses, and hobby horses.
there no rope in horses
They used horses to travel
to house horses!! =] to house horses!! =]
Horses are mostly used for work or for competitions.
Horses are used now, and they always have been! They were used at the bronze age too. Horses are used now, and they always have been! They were used at the bronze age too.
Some of the horses used in the US Cavalry were pretty much any horse breed they could get their hands on. FL Crackers, Paint horses, Quarter horses extc.
They used the horses for hunting, transportation, and for battle.
They used horses in the Revolutionary War for transportation.
Horses are or at least were used for pulling carriges, being ridden and farming work. There are lots of other things that horses do.
Thoroughbreds, standardbreds, and quarter horses are the most common race horses.
All of the above but not horses because they did not have horses.
Yes. Horses are also used in battle, used for ploughing fields, and some horses are killed for food. Yes, Vikings did eat horses when food is scarce.
You get used to it. horses are not scary if anything they will be scared of YOU!
Quarter Horses and Thoroughbreds
Horses, they used horses.
The horses used in Nanny McPhee were Clydesdales and donkeys.
horses were used to pull plows and wagons as well as for transportation
Yes, ketamine is used on horses as an anesthetic induction agent.
If you are asking what horses can be used for English riding, the answer is all horses can be trained to be ridden english.
Arabian horses are a versatile breed and can compete and perform in any discipline that other horses can do.
Before plows, farm horses would pull a plow like-device to help with crops. Nowadays, farm horses are used as horses to ride, like schooling horses
Horses were used for many things. They were used as transportation before cars. They pulled plows for farmers before tractors. Horses are also used for therapy for many disable riders.
The Romans used horses to pull their chariots. 2 or 4 horses was most common but 10 horses were once used.
Exact figures are hard to come by but in horses used for sport there are over 100,000 horses, plus many more horses in other areas.
Yes, the Romans did have horses. They used the horses for many things, but one off the best known use of horses in ancient Rome is the Chariot races.
There are many Breyer traditional horses. Breyer traditional horses are tiny models of horses that are typically used by young children as special toys.
horses that aren't tame are called wild horses. The difference between wild horses and tame horses is that tame horses are a lot calmer for one. They let you ride them and are used to life in a stable. Wild horses, however, would throw you off if you tried to ride them. That is, if you can even get near them!
western riding, English riding, carrageing, war horses, theraputic horses.
1000 years ago horses were used to be trasport
there were 16000 horses
Yes they used horses to go and hunt.
Popular breeds for export included American Quarter Horses, thoroughbreds used for racing, and Tennessee Walking Horses, which are used for English riding.
Horses were important to the ancient Chinese. The Ferghana horses or dragon horses were known for being fleet and sturdy. Horses from this area were valuable as hunting and warrior mounts and could also be used as trade items. A good horse was worth its upkeep and was a prized possession.
You can have as many horses as you want on howrse. One player used to have over 21,000 horses but sold some so she now has 18,000. I have over 2000 horses. You can have as many horses as you want. Some players have over 10,000 horses. Most people on horse have under 1,000 horses.
The Incas used llamas for transportation purposes until they got horses from the Spanish. So yes, the Incas did have horses.
Eating horses used to be permitted in the early days of Islam. As horses were needed in battles, eating them was prohibited.