(Maybe he needs a mineral block lol)Hope this helps!...
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When you are in the horses stable, go to equip button in the column on the left, the icon of a horses mane, then choose your mane
Losing the mane can come from many different things. Cushing's Disease causes the horse to become overly hairy. Usually mane loss is due to rubbing the mane out on a fence, tree, etc. Sometimes mane loss is due to another horse or animal eating it. If you are concerned about your horse's health, consult your veterinarian for a diagnosis and treatment. Sometimes horses can have cushiness deseise, but you should really talk to a vet about that one.....
They put a small plait in the mane of the horse. Usually, they'll get another gypsy to get back later that night to feel the horses to see which have been marked/plaited and they then steal them. If you own a horse and you find a plait in your horses mane, take it out straight away.
Well it depends on the type of horse. For example a Quarter horse has a lot of hair in its mane but others don't.
the hair on the forehead of a horse is an extension of the mane, however it is referred to as a forelock
The correct term for a horse with a shaven mane and forelock is 'hogged' The correct term for a horse with a shaven mane but still has a forelock is 'Roached'
Yes a horse has a mane, located on the top of the neck generally extending from the poll (bump between the horses ears) to the withers (the large amount of muscle connecting the base of the neck to the horses back.
It is possible for a horse to be black with a white mane and tail. Two examples might be a paint or pinto horse.
A palomino horse is a horse who has a white mane and tail, and a goldish light brown coat.
many bioligists have belief that horses have manes so if a preditor were to attack them and go for the mane, the horse would be able to get away with out to much pain, or blood.
The coat of the horse as well as it's mane and tail are referred to as hair.
it is a horse when you get horses with brown bodies and black mane and tails then that horse is therefore bay so it would be the breed of horse which is "cob" so it is a cob that has a brown body and a black mane and tail.
horses skin covering is fur and the mane and tail are hair
Yes. All bay horses have black manes. (and tails)
A horse is different colour and has different types of horses like the red bay and lots/may more different types of horses. A horse has a tail, a mane, ears, nose, mouth, and a body.
This is called the horse's tail. The tail is the hair on the horses behind but the hair on the horses neck is called the mane.
The horse withers is at the end of the mane right above the shoulders. Hope that helps! :)
No not typically. A horse will have it's tail chopped off or it's mane shaved. But typically the horse will not be killed.
when you clip the mane close to the horses neck it is called a hogged mane, so if you were cutting the mane off, then you would say you were hogging his mane.
No, you shouldn't literally put a pair of scissors to your horses mane unless you want a bush growing from your neck. Pulling is more appropriate for manes. Get a pulling comb for horses with thin manes or if your horse has a thick mane solo combs work well. However, if you use a solo comb on a horse with a thin mane then you will end up with the same results as you would have from cutting it with scissors. Before pulling make sure you know how to do it, so you don't distress your horse or make him look like a fool.
One breed of horse will have a mane that is quite different from another breed in the way it grows, the texture and length.
The word horse is singular.The possessive form is horse's (about or belonging to a horse, or to all horses e.g. a horse's mane).The word horses is plural.The possessive form is horses' (no s), meaning about or belonging to a distinct group of two or more horses (e.g. the horses' stable)
no, all horses have manes unless the owner has decided to 'hog' the horse (cut its mane off) or it rubs it out on a fence etc.
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A filly is a baby female horse. And "Bay" is a horse with a dark mane and tail and a chestnut coat! Beautiful horses! :D