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How much to haul horse from Bend to Clayton delewareAnswer
I'd do it for the cost of gas and a good lunch <3...Read More
Are horses color blind?Answer
Cory P.Read 2 More AnswersI've worked with horses for over 30 years and can tell you that they're not color blind. But they don't see as many colors as people. Horses make up for not seeing as many colors as humans with a much keener night vision. ...Read More
How much does it cost to own a horse?Answer
Freddie R.Read 2 More AnswersIt's expensive to own a horse, even if you inherit it. Without including boarding, it costs me over $3,000 a year to care for my horse's health, food, grooming and other supplies. Without a stable, boarding her is another $1,500 per year. ...Read More
Can horses understand words?Answer
Johanna J.Read 1 More AnswerYes, similar to dogs they understand words and commands pretty well. They are really loyal animals, and while you train them, if you give them treats and positive reinforcements, they will react better to you. I went to horse camp a few years ago, and the horses knew many commands and words that we said to them while riding. They also have excellent memories!...Read More