horses were first domesticated when the Indians domesticated wild horses so they can travel farther and faster. eventualy farmers domesticated horses to use on farms for work, now we use horses just for fun and sport.
The first domesticated animal is believed to be the dog. Horses were domesticated in 3500 B.C.
Horses were domesticated first, then selectively bred second.
In Arabia. The first domesticated breed was the Arabian.
Horses, as probably as well with all animals, were very first all wild. Then later on, people tamed and domesticated them, and they were introduced as pets.
They probably weren't. The earliest evidence of domestication of horses is found in the Ukraine and Kazakhstan.
Horses were first domesticated around 4000 B.C. so yes horses can be tamed although the process of taming a young or wild can be challenging and dangerous.
Yes. Horses havebeen domesticated for thousands of years.
There are few members of the horse family that are considered to be domesticated. Horses themselves are domesticated. Ponies and donkeys can be domesticated as well.
The Friesian horse is a domesticated breed of horse.
Horses were domesticated long before the concept of genetic engineering was even selective breeding.
The adjective anagram is "domestic" (horses are domesticated).
Of course! Any type of horse can be domesticated. Paint horses are very often seen in the wild, but domesticated Paints are amazing Western riding horses, and are good in English riding too. Paint horses are actually VERY common pets.
Most Likely, but they might have been descendants from domesticated horses.
The only wild horses left in the world are located in the steppes of central Asia; particularly China and Mongolia. The un-domesticated horses (Mustangs) roaming hot climates near the Rocky Mountains or the Midwest USA or in parts of Australia are what are called 'Feral Horses'. These are either domesticated horses that somehow went free and adapted to the environment or the descendants of domesticated horses. Wild horses were practically endangered but are slowly making a comeback.
Horses were domesticated in central Asia and the Middle East as far back as 2500 BC and possibly earlier than this. Horses were first used for agriculture - pulling plows and carts - before they were used for riding and war.
yes they can. did you know that horses, when they had not yet been domesticated that is where they used to live!
horses have always been dimesticated until some horses were finally broken in and then the horse craz began
Deer: They are deer, and are in the deer family. Horses: They are domesticated (sometimes), and are horses, in the equine family.
Arabian horse breed of light horse developed in Mesopotamia and N Africa, and probably the first true domesticated breed.
The first animal to be domesticated is the dog
dog was the first domesticated animal
Feral horses are horses that have been tame or domesticated but have escaped and returned to the wild. An exception is Przewalski's Horse a breed of wild horse that was subjected to a breeding program and then purposefully returned to the wild. These horses have never been tamd or domesticated.
Plants were the first to be domesticated. after came animals. the first plants were grasses and bushes
All BREEDS of domesticated and feral horses have the same phylum. They are mammals.