What does it mean when a horse follows you?
If a horse follows you it means he sees you as Alpha, or that you are the leader. Often it means he trusts you as a herd member.
Horse! Equus is where we get 'equestrian' from. It is a 2nd Declension noun. The conjugations are as follows: equus -- Nominative Singular -- 'the horse' equi -- Genitive Singular -- 'of the horse/the horse's' equo -- Dative Singular -- 'to the horse' equum -- Accusative Singular -- 'the horse/a horse' (direct object) equo -- Ablative Singular -- 'by the horse/with the horse/from the horse' equi -- Nominative Plural -- 'the horses' equorum -- Genitive…
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.