horses eat hay and drink water
no because horses don't have the ability to drink pop
Horses drink water by putting there mouth in the water a sip it.
Appaloosa's like all other horses drink water.
Horse in the wild will drink from puddles, creeks, rivers and lakes. Domesticated horses will drink from buckets, troughs, or ponds.
No, when they drink they purse their lips.
That Is EASY!!! All They Drink Is Water! =)
The baby horses drink milk for four to six months.
Horses drink in a sort of slurping motion by dipping their mouths into the water and sucking it up.
Only baby horses or foals drink milk and it is best for them to drink only their mothers milk.
A horses' favorite drink is water. Horses can drink other things, but that doesn't mean it's good for them. Also, baby horses enjoy drinking milk from their mother, which helps them gain energy, health, and raises their morale. I suck eggs!!
milk and water
Zebras drink water like horses do.
Horses drink water, although some horses won't drink water when they are traveling because it tastes different than they are used to so people put Kool Aid of Gatoraid in the water to make it taste good.
Yes, they drink their mother's milk, but only as foals.
They could drink it, but it's not very good for them.
Because they are thirsty.
water; of course