Donkeys do not protect horses, but donkeys are overall more protective than horses. They may look like they protect horses.
They mostly protect themselves by biting and kicking.
they kick youu
Yes, sea horses do feed and protect their kids. Both male and female sea horses can have babies. they can have up to 1000 in one day and they come out of the sea horses stomach
They could. Donkeys or mules are often left out with cows to protect them; I don't see why they wouldn't do the same with horses.
It would depend how long they have been together for, but horses protect each other from predators, and goats are great companions for horses, so I would say yes, they would protect there goat friends from predators. Sweeney_Todd_Fan
Horses forelocks are dual purpose. The protect the eyes from the sun. But mostly they to help protect the horses eyes from nats, flys and dust and sand. Many driving horses have them shaved off as they interfere with driving bridles.
They bite and kick.
to protect their eyes from things
In the U.S. the BLM manages and protects wild horses.
Tamed horses or domesticated horse allow for their owner to protect themselves. If you are referring to protecting themselves from predators then they will always do that regardless.