What does grassing a horse mean?
I've personally never heard the term 'to grass a horse'. However the term to 'putting a horse out to grass' or 'the horse is on grass' are widely used in the UK. I would assume therefore that it would be the same thing as those terms.
A horse at grass means it is eating pasture grass and may or may not be supplemented with hay or hard feeds.
what does "doing the horse" for money mean
what does horse id mean
Horse stomp there feet when they get tried. This does not mean that your horse is mad at you.
If You mean the horse with the feathers, i think you mean a Shire horse.
what does dour mean in horse racinhg
what does no lights horse drawn carriage mean
I believe you mean MOUNTING a horse. Mounting a horse means to get on, you will end up sitting on the horse's back.
I/you/we/they grass. He/she/it grasses. The present participle is grassing.
Nothing, if you are a horse, you are
Have a look at a horse
a mare is a female horse
A sire is the father of a horse.
This can mean that the horse is relaxed.
'Horse' doesn't mean anything in Gaelic; it's an English word.
This would depend on how the term was used. If you mean ' the horse threw a shoe.' that would mean the horse lost it's shoe somehow. If it was ' the horse threw the rider.' it means the horse lost it's rider somehow. It can also mean the horse 'threw' a foal ( gave birth/sired a foal). There are many meanings to this term, depending on how it was used.
The horse has given birth to a baby horse called a foal.
to horse a horse i mean horse you need to go slowly i mean slow otherwise you may fall and that isn't hardcore.
It means to stop the horse with the ropes.
It is Welsh for horse riding or horse rider
it is a winged horse
It means to get his horse to slow down.
If you mean horse quotes as in horse prices, you can find prices at your local breeder. If you mean quotations, you can find horse stories or informational books at the local library.
It means that the horse has the correct qualities needed to be a harness horse.
Yes. Hippopod does mean horse-footed in Greek. It is also the name of a race of horse-footed humanoids.
Very close, but kon doesn't mean anything in Polish. Horse=Koń.
There can be allot of reasons why a horse can be mean, he can be irritated or hurting, not having any attention. But that happened to me to..
What does it mean if see a horse with wings..at the end of a dream with red lights
Sometimes that can mean horses that are abandoned and are taken to a "horse Home" or that could mean a barn or stable
If you mean another word for "Quarter Horse", there aren't any others. A Quarter Horse is a breed of horse.
Loaning is the English version of leasing a horse.
a horse rider is not needed in this case.?
It means it won by the length of a horse.
the horse is yours forever
another word for hippo is water horse
That this horse can only be used as a pet.
It means that someone is renting a horse for use.
An immortal horse means the horse can not die.
Nothing. The phrase is "man about the house" not "horse".
I think you mean What is the biggest isle on Horse Isle? If that's what you mean then I'm not sure if jungle Isle or the main Horse Isle is bigger. Jungle Isle is the biggest isle, the Shire is the biggest horse.
a filly is a baby girl horse that is not yet as matured as a fully-grown horse.
It means that you will be getting a horse like the animal for Christmas and you will be owning a horse.
Usually it doesn't mean anything, but it can mean the horse understood what you said, the sun was in it's eye, or it's being submissive.
A very large stink, not to mention a mess.
It could mean a lot of things, many horses do that for different reasons. The horse may want some attention, or a treat if you give your horse any. My horse does it sometimes when he wants to go riding. But like I said it could mean anything.
Yes. Equinomorph does mean horse-shaped in Greek and Latin.
Yes, pro does mean that you are for. If you are against something it would be anti or con.
an honest horse is a horse that will take care of you and pack you around, and will try to keep you on their backs.
A cart-horse simply is a horse/pony that has been trained to pull a cart.
Acining a horse means you are drugging it. As long as this is done in moderation, it is safe for your horse if they need it.
first do you mean shoe the horse or do you mean brand the horse???? shoeing the horse it has to be hot so the farrier can make it the right shape it doesn't hurt the horse if it a cold horse shoe- they wont be able to get the right shape branding the horse people brand wild horse so they can spot the easily because some are very shy