Who would win if you were to line up a cheetah and a horse and have them run a marathon?
The Horse by a long shot. the cheeta may be fast for a very short period but it has no staying power.
If you were to line up a human a cheetah a turtle and a horse and have them run a marathon who would win?
Who would win if you were to line up a human a cheetah a turtle and a horse and have them run a marathon?
A marathon is about 26 miles. Over a distance like this, if we compare the performance of the four creatures cited, the turtle will not really have much of a shot. The human can cover the distance in a few hours, as has been proved. The cheetah, the fastest land animal (about 70 miles per hour), only has good speed for a short distance. It doesn't have the stamina to go very fast for very…
There is no reason to think they repeated lines unless they were written that way. Sometimes a line or word is intentionally repeated for effect ("A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" for example) but otherwise the actor would never repeat a line, because it would not make any sense if he did.
In horse racing must a horse with jockey pass through the finish line or just the nose touching the line is the winner?
A length used in Horse Racing is the length of 1 horse. Say a horse won by one length then the horse that came second would be in line with the end of the winning horse, if it won by two lengths then another horse could fit into the winning gap. A length is 1/5th of a second as horse racing is measured in 5th's of a second.
A metaphor is a statement that is made that says one thing is something else, but it literally can't be. An example is: "That girl is a cheetah." The reason is that it's saying a girl can be a cheetah when really, she can't. Another would be: "That boy is a rainbow", or "The ice cream is a person." Now if you use 'like' or 'as', it makes it a simile. But that is entirely…
I don't see any reason to not lunge a horse for any longer than 35 minutes. When I was breaking in my horse (training her), we'd spend over two hours on a lunge line. The only thing I can see wrong with that would be to lunge a horse at a full gallop or canter for a while. It would tire the horse out and could do serious damage if he or she were to…
You can higher a horse trainer to train your horse, or you can do it yourself by introducing your horse to a lunge line and a lead line. After your horse is comfortable with leading and everything you can start teaching your horse (on a lunge line) the gaits (walk,trot,canter) After your horse has learned the gaits you can introduce the saddle and bridle. Then when your horse is use to it you can put…
Is canterwood crest real and if not is there a dapple gray qourter horse for sale in Jefferson City Missouri US for a very low price?
To move a horse from one place to another is quite simple. Get a halter. You slip the halter around the horse's head Get a lead line/lead rope. Clip the lead line to the halter Hold on to the lead line firmly, but not too firm Stand next to the horse, and watch your feet! Just start walking, a good, well trained horse will walk next to you.
On Cheetah Girls Pop Star Sensations on Nintendo DS how do you get into the club to meet the Cheetah Girls?
A competitive brother and sister who love to race were given a strange racing challenge by their mother that whichever horse crossed the finish line LAST wins How did they compete?
Yes, the Boston Marathon has always been held in Boston. No, not really. The course starts in the village of Hopkinton and passes through the towns of Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, and Brookline on the way to the Boylston Street finish line. Only the final 1.5 miles is actually run within the city of Boston. Prior to 1925 the marathon started in Ashland.
Clare Seeger was 15 years old when she run the first London Marathon in 1981. Although her time of 3hrs 49 mins in only 6 weeks of training was unofficial she was still allowed to cross the finish line. The computer made a mistake on her age and she was in the list of starters only to find out a few days before she could not run because of her age. She still did run…