The habitat of a wild horse or pony is across open land like fields , woods , mountains ,forests and even desserts! tamed horses , however, lived as wild horses but now live in closed fields or stables. I hope this comes to use of you!
The habitat of the Quarter horse is in barns, pastures, and open meadows.
The shire horse does not have a habitat in the wild. Its habitat is captivity. The shire horse originated in England. The largest shire ever recorded weighed 1.5 tons.
A Quarter Horse lives in whatever habitat its owner leaves it in.
Cool TemperateA quarter horse's habitat is no diffrent than any other wild horse or tamed, or it depends on the horse.
inside a horse
a good horse habitat is a farm or grassy hill
A Horse is a type of zebra with out the stripes it has the same family belonging to a zebra
they are gay in the wrong way
They eat stuff
Mountains of mongolia
The habitat of an American Paint horse is an open field or sometimes even a barn. I might have an owner and sometime they run free in the world.
If the horse is dead then a vulture will eat it, nothing in a horse's natural habitat that is animal will eat a horse.
in a barn. they are domestic, not feral or wild. If you mean on Horse isle 2 then plains
The Przewalski's Horse is native to the steppes of central Asia, spcecifically China and Mongolia.
so they could live in the praries and grasslands
They generally live on farms or grassland.
any were horses want to live
The habitat of the mustang horse is the West cost if the United states. Not everywhere though, mustangs live in deserts with few trees, lush sagebrush, and little grass.
it just stays there but if a preditor comes it hits it
anywhere with grass and plants with limited predators
"feral thoroughbred horse" is very nearly an oxymoron. A thoroughbred must, by definition, be bred in captivity. Asking where the habitat of something that cannot exist is is rather pointless. It's possible that a thoroughbred horse could escape, but its habitat would then be "somewhere around where it used to live, probably" which is not really very informative.