If you mean the ones that horses commonly wear when racing then they are also called blinders.
You mean blinkers? They wear them either carriage driving or in horse racing to make sure they don't look behind and lose concentration.
In races, some horses wear blinders to keep them from being distracted by horses or other things to their left and right.
Not all of them The ones that didn't wear blinders wer, War Admiral Citation Whirlaway Affirmed and Seattle Slew The ones who wear blinders were Sir Barton Gallant Fox Omaha Whirlaway Count Fleet Assault Secretariat
Horses wear shoes because it helps them with their balance and grip on the ground. Not all horses wear shoes though. some don't need them.
Horses wear horse shoes on the bottom of their hoofs.
Horses Wear Rugs To Keep Them Warm And When Bein Worked They Wear A Range Of Tack. xxx
Horses don't wear clothes, but they do wear metal horseshoes and leather saddles.
Some horses tend to be 'spooky' or they shy from certain things in the environment. The way a horse's eye works, it has a very large field of peripherial vision, simply put, the horse can see almost to his own tail. Winkers or blinders as they are sometimes called, keep the horse looking forward and focused on what is in front of him. He is not able to spook at things to both sides when wearing blinders.
Dont be stupid, you know horses can and never will wear glasses. god, some people
Horses wear bits because that makes it easier for the rider to control the horse and where it goes.
No. But they can wear tack. -BrightSky---Roan
By mustangs I assume you mean wild horses. No, only domesticated horses SOMETIMES wear horse shoes; it is not a requirement that they wear shoes. Two of my horses do not wear shoes and the other one only wears them on his front feet for orthopedic reasons.
When they're about to be ridden.
*Grammatically correct/correctly spelled version of question:* "Why do horses wear horse shoes?" In short- The same reason you wear shoes. Not all horses wear shoes, but when they do it's to protect their hooves from being damaged. You see shoes on horses with sensitive/already damaged hooves wearing shoes, as well as horses that have to walk on hard dirt or stone.
Wild horses wear their teeth down the same way normal horses do... by eating! Just like captive horses, when they eat grass (or hay for normal horses) they chew the food by grinding their teeth. This grinding causes their teeth to wear down.
To keep the flies out of them.
Whdo you think? NO.. Stupid..!
Not all horses wear protection on their legs, but there are various things that can be used.Brushing bootsBandagesTendon BootsFetlock bootsOver reach bootsect ..
Horses don't wear clothing. they wear saddles, bridles, breastplates, martingales, etc. if you mean what do the jockeys wear in the races they're called silks. I hope this helps you