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    11-22-2008, 08:34 PM
Talking Horse trivia!

In this game, I will ask the hardest equine question I can think of. Whoever answers the question gets to ask the next question and so on. The question can be about ANYTHING...a breed, tack, grooming, riding, etc. Anything that has to do with horses; english or western or whatever! You can also do a multiple-choice type thing.

Another note: there is NO LIMIT to how many questions any one person can answer.

If you think someone got an answer WRONG, post what you believe to be the correct answer, and explain why you think theirs is wrong and yours is right. In order to do this, though, you have to answer the trivia question they posted, along with your answer that they got wrong. Then you can post your own question. I hope that makes sense! It seems a little confusing at first, but once you get into the swing of things, its really alot of fun, and educational too!

Also, if no one is getting your question, just post the answer and ask another one!

Here is an example:

Person #1: What breed of horse is most commonly used for track racing?

Person #2: Thoroughbred. What type of flap does a Dressage saddle have: straight or forward?

Person #3: Forward. What breed of horse is built for speed over a quarter-mile?

Person #4: I think Person #3 got Person #2's question wrong...he said a Dressage saddle's flap is forward, but it is actually straight, because a forward flap is meant to help a rider mantain balance with a short stirrup length, while a straight flap aids in keeping the leg long and relaxed, as is desired in Dressage. The answer is actually a straight flap.
The answer to Person #3's question is a Quarter Horse.
Why do horses crib and wood chew?

And so on. So here's my question to you:

What breed of pony originated in Ireland?
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    11-22-2008, 08:46 PM
Green Broke
Uhm irish cob...??? I have no clue

This actually belongs in the games section though.
    11-22-2008, 09:10 PM
Green Broke
I forgot to ad the question-

What breed is most commonly known for there odd spots and patterns?
    11-22-2008, 09:26 PM
The answer is actually Conmera Pony...good guess though!

Your question...appaloosa, or I guess it could be a paint!

Why do horses like to be in herds?
    11-22-2008, 09:53 PM
Why Do Horses like to be in herds?

For protection but also because they are highly sociable and like company!

What are basic signs of Colic?
    11-25-2008, 05:48 PM
What are basic signs of colic?

Not eating, streatched out. Rolling a lot. No gut sound

What causes founder?
    11-26-2008, 10:58 AM
What causes founder...

Over eating grain, over worked and put away with out cool out.... SOME times no explanation...

What is founder?
    11-26-2008, 12:22 PM
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It is a problem with the feet, seen most commonly as the toes turned up.

Why do studs run off their sons in a wild herd?
    11-26-2008, 02:42 PM
Originally Posted by Kentucky    
it is a problem with the feet, seen most commonly as the toes turned up.

Why do studs run off their sons in a wild herd?
Because the sons would become competition

What is "Sickle Hocked"
    11-26-2008, 03:57 PM
What is sickle hocked?

Sickel hocked is when the animals rear joints ares set with too much angle causing uneven wear of the hooves(painful). The permanate result is lameness.

What affects does roach backed have in horses?

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