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One hand is 4 inches and there are 12 inches per foot. So a 16 hand horse will be 5 feet 4 inches.
1 hand is 4 inches, 15 hands equal 60 inches, 1 foot is 12 inches, therefore a 15 hand horse will be 5 feet tall at the withers.
One hand is 4 inches and there are 12 inches per foot, therefore an 18 hand horse will be 72 inches tall or 6 feet.
one hand is equal to 4 inches so that horse is 4 feet tall from his withers to the ground
Well, seeing as there are 4 inches in a hand a 16 hand horse would be 64 inches or 5 feet and 4 inches.
They normally stand about 14.1 - 15.1 hands high.
A horse hand is 4 inches
A pony is under 14.2 hands high and on the other hand the horse is 14.2 hands high and over.
a horse has zero feet and four hooves.
A Hand is equal to 4 inches or 1/3 of a foot.A 7 foot horse would be 21 Hands.
Four inches is one hand on a horse.
4 in= 1 hand. 15 hands x 4 in=60 inches=5 feet.
14.2 hands and under is still considered pony. Its 4 inches per "hand" is whats the registered amount. So 4 inch multply that by 14 hands and you get 56 inches.
Palomino horses typically stand at about 15 hands (1 hand=4'').
Horses are measured in hands not feet, but you can always break down the hands measurement into feet and inches. Keep in mind one hand is 4 inches. Horses range on average from 14.3 to 17 hands tall, but can get taller than this (ponies are 14.2 hands and under, as it is a height designation.) So this means a 14.3 hand horse is 4'11" and a 17 hand horse is 5'8" at the withers. An interesting side note. The worlds smallest horse, a dwarf miniature horse is Thumbelina at just 17 inches or 1'5" (4.1 hands), while the tallest horse on record is Big Jake a Belgian draft horse that stands 20.2 3/4 hands which is 82.75 inches or 6'10 3/4" at the withers.
A hand is four inches so 16 times 4 is 64. 64 inches is 5 feet, 4 inches.
58 inches, because one hand = 4 inches
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In horsemanship, a hand is a measure of the horses height at the withers, and it is equal to 4 inches. A horse will be said to be "xx hands high".
4 Inches is one hand.
One hand = four inches.
Probably 100 feet high or 20 feet high
Yes. As a general rule, no horse fence should ever be below 4 feet. However in many areas local zoning laws require horse fencing to be at least 4 feet 6 inches to five feet high. If the horse is an escape artist, you may need a six foot tall fence.