A green horse is simply an untrained horse.
A 'green horse' does not mean the horse is literally green, it means that the horse has minimal training, is still young, and has much to learn. However if you see a horse that is literally coloured green, then there is obviously something wrong with that horse!
Not nessicarily. A green horse can be a young horse or it can be older. "Green" means little or no training, but you can always teach an old horse new tricks. Happy Trails.=)
If you decide that all horses are green, and then you try to find a green horse you are expressing, deductive reasoning. You know that horse are green, so you know that you can find a green horse.
a horse that can be hard to handle or a green horse
Green is a color. This come from putting green ribbon on rookie horse to show that the horse was jumpy.
Green or wild horse.
The green flag simply indicates everything is fine. Spotters at each fence will wave a green flag if a horse falls, and the horse & jockey both recover.
It can be if you don't know how to ride, handle a horse when riding or are mismatched to a horse; i.e., a green rider on a green horse instead of a green rider on a very broke or veteran horse that's been-there-done-that.
he does not have a horse
The green sea horse lives in the 'Green Seaweed Cluster'under the 'Ornamental' category. Do not get it confused with 'Green Straight Seaweed'.
He was jousting and drove The green knight off his horse and the horse trampled him
Pale green symbolizes death.
A horse with little or no training is called "green."
The name for a temperamental and feverish horse is GREEN...
If a horse is half trained he is still GREEN
The horse called Green Moon
Death war famine and plague. The pale horse or green, the red horse, the black horse the white horse respectively.
GREEN BROKE: when a horse is haulter trained but you cant get a saddle on them
Green :) Or Greenie
Ben A. Green has written: 'Biography of the Tennessee walking horse' -- subject(s): Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration (Shelbyville, Tenn.), Tennessee walking horse
The Green Knight, who is famous for his encounters with Sir Gawain in the Arthurian legend, is well known to have, along with his gigantic horse, been green in skin hue as well as being elaborately decked out in the color green.
An undecuple star on horse means your horse has 11 green stars.
When a horse is newly trained!