Four legs. Horses have always had four legs.
A horse has two knees, they are on the front legs.
Horses use all four legs.
A horse fly has approximately 6 legs on their body. Horse flies are larger than other species of flies.
The back legs of a horse is called its hind legs.
sea horses don't have legs. they only got on tail.
No. A quadraped has four legs. A horse has SIX legs. Two legs in the back, and fore legs in the front.
28 horses multiplied by 4 legs each horse equal 112 legs 28 * 4 = 112
well think a grasshoper has a 6 legs, the centipede has 100 legs ,the elephant has a 4 legs, and the horse has a 4 legs, the spider has a 8 legs
A horse has 4 legs and 1 head. That is that 1 horse represents 5 of 25 legs and heads.So we can say that there are 5 horses (25÷5).
There would be a total of 2006 legs in the pasture. There are 500 cows with four legs each which is 2000. The horse has four legs and the farmer has two legs. This makes a total of 2006 legs.
a dead horse
the two back legs are the hocks so the answer 2
an ocata horse
An eight legged horse is classified as half spider and half horse. that means that the horse has four of it's own legs and four spider legs !
This color is bay, and just about every breed of horse can be bay. Many horse breeds can be this colour
in a way. the back legs support the horse and boost him off the ground to run. So yes. If the horse did not have back legs he would not be able to run.