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Posted on August 10, 2007 by Jerrilee.
Categories: breed, history, riding.

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Do you love horses?   Here’s the tally ratio:

If you got this many right:

Not horse obsessed                    1 – 3

A devotee but not addicted          3 – 5

Your addiction is confirmed!    6 – 8!

The Complete Answer Form to Horse Quiz
1.  Who said:   “I’m a stallion, baby! I can whinney!”?

B. The donkey in Shrek 2 exclaimed this when he became a stallion from a magic spell.

2.  The famous trilogy character who did not use a horse for a quick escape?

A. Marty McFly in Back to the Future 3 rode a horse to catch up with the train but not to escape!

3.    Select the toy:

B. Breyer model horses are hand-painted models in production since 1950! Their value is that no two are exactly alike. Fallabella and Paint horses are real horse breeds.

4.    The horse creature never ridden by Harry Potter was:

A. The Unicorn. Harry Potter rode on both the Centaur and the Thestral long after Lord Voldemort left the unicorn dead in the forest.

5.      The book written by Anna Sewell:

C. Well known “Black Beauty” was completed in 1877.  Sewell said:”Its ..special aim being to induce kindness, sympathy, and an understanding treatment of horses.”

6.    The incorrect t.v. star and horse pair:

C. The Lone Ranger’s signature call was: “Hi-Ho Silver!” His horse was named “Silver”. The man who was his companion and scout during his many adventures was named Tonto.

7.    The name not used for young horses:

A.   Pony is not a name for a young horse. To obtain an official ‘pony card’ your equine cannot measure over 14.3 hands in height. A ‘hand’ measurement = four inches.

8.    The earliest ancestor of the horse:

C. Eohippus (aka Hyracotherium meaning ‘mole beast’) was the size of a tiny dog and is the earliest known horse, having four hoofed toes on his front feet and three hoofed toes on his hind feet. He lived approximately 50 million years ago during the Eocene Epoch.

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