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    01-14-2008, 09:17 PM
Horse Term 14/14

Owner readiness 10/10

General Horse Quiz 15/15 (but I guessed the name of the oldest horse so that was just luck!!)

I must just be really smart
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    03-15-2008, 07:10 AM
Horse Terms

Owner Readiness

General Horse
14/ the milk teeth one wrong
    03-15-2008, 11:27 AM
Re: How much do you know about horses? Take a quiz!

Horse Terms
You answered 12 items out of 14 correctly.

Your score is 86%. Great job!

Owner Readiness
You answered 9 items out of 10 correctly.

Your score is 90%. Congratulations!

General Horse
    03-22-2008, 10:58 PM
Horse Talk-93% (i missed the one about grade...)

Owner Rediness-90% (i put the most time for taking care of your horse...who would spend 30 minutes!?)

General Horse- 15/15
    03-26-2008, 10:45 AM
Re: How much do you know about horses? Take a quiz!

Originally Posted by BluMagic
Take the following quizes and post your results and your opinion about it!

Horse Terms

Owner Readiness

General Horse

And this doesn't involve the above. This is just for more fun!

Good Luck I will post my results as well!!!

I got an 80% on ownership readiness - I'm almost ready to own!!

I've owned for 10 years and ridden for 22! I mis read the first two questions! Hahahaha
    03-26-2008, 09:27 PM
Horse Terms:

Owner Readiness:
What was with the first question - caring for a horse takes how many minutes every day? - seriously? I feed (20 mins) water (10 mins) groom (20 mins) ride (30 mins to 60 mins) ... WAAY more than the 30 mins they say!!
And "what type of fence isn't recommended for keeping a horse"???? Umm wire mesh isn't safe!!

General Horse:
... who cares what the name is of the oldest horse is?
    03-26-2008, 09:29 PM
Ya I didn't think that was the most appropriate question lol
    03-27-2008, 07:48 AM
You answered 13 items out of 14 correctly.

Your score is 93%

Q: When talking about horses what is the meaning of crib?

A habit where a horse grabs a solid object with its teeth while gulping air.
I don't agree with this. Crib biting is when they chew the wood. WINDSUCKING is when they gulp air.

This is the one I got wrong
Q: When talking about horses what is the meaning of grade?

A horse of mixed breeding and/or unknown parentage.
We dot use that term here. We usually say station mare, or station sire.

Horse readiness.
You answered 10 items out of 10 correctly.

Your score is 100%. Congratulations! Isn't that the trailer coming with your new horse?
    03-27-2008, 08:41 AM
Horse Talk

Owner Readiness
100% (it would have been 90 I cheated on the how long looking after your horse! )

General Horse
13 out of 15
    03-30-2008, 08:25 PM
Green Broke
Do you understand horse talk?

Horse ownership readiness quiz

General horse

I did okay.... haha

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