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    11-17-2012, 01:39 PM
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So this is a horse knowledge quiz competition. Winner gets a smileyface a round of applauseand the privilege of putting "Horse Knowlege Competition Winner" on their signature (if they want) . The questions will start out easy and then get harder. If you don't know the answer to a question, you can either not fill it in or fill it in with something goofy. I will ask you PLEASE do not look up the answers on the internet. If you have a horsey book and you want to see if the answers are in there, that's great! But I want this to be educational as well as fun for everyone and if you look it up on the internet, the answer is less prone to stay in your memory. So anyways, have fun, and here's the questions!

1. What is the first part of the horse's digestive system?

2. Which breed of horse is most susceptible to attacks by dogs due to it's size?

3. When most people picture a pony, what breed do they often think of?

4. What is the vector for Lyme Disease?

5. What breed does the AQHA register?

6. What is the common name for the sensitive hairs around the muzzle?

7. How many teeth does an adult male horse have?

8. What what is another name for the bone that is shaped like a miniature hoof and is known as the third phalanx?

9. What is the term for a narrow patch of white on a horse's muzzle?

10. What horse coat color modification causes a horse to gradually become lighter over time?

11. The American Studbook is regulated by which breed registry?

12. Which english saddle would you use if you wanted to do jumping with very little flatwork?

13. Which two gaits do standardbreds race?

14. Which equine disease is almost exclusively seen in stabled horses?

15. What is the tough, membranous tissue that surrounds the bone?

16. Which horse breed is known for a heavy eyelid commonly referred to as a "Toad Eye"?

17. The genus Gasterophilus refers to what parasite?

18. What is the powerful middle layer of the uterus that is responsible for contractions?

19. What is a tandem hitch?

20. What is the name of the first horse that originated 58 million years ago?

21. Which feed is most commonly fed to horses with respiratory problems?

22. What type of shoe is often used on reining horses?

23. What is the term for a mare that has never been bred?

24. What is the minimum width of a horse stall door?

25. Who was the foundation stallion of the Albino?

26. What is the nickname given to the spirited Hackney Pony?

27. What does WSFI stand for?

28. What is the recommended slope for an equine facility?

29. What substance is often applied to the bottom of a shoe to increase traction?

20. Leucoencephalomalacia is commonly known as what?

31. How many bones are in the hock?

32. What does OCD stand for? (hint: no, it's not obsessive compulsive disorder ;) )

33. At what age has the galvine's groove reached the bottom of the upper corner incisor?

34. What is wrong with this sentence? "The umbilical cord of the foal should be dipped in iodine after being cut."

35. What was the name of the first one toed horse?

36. What is the name of the rickettsia that causes potomac horse fever?

37. Name two plants that cause nigropallidal encephalomalacia.

38. Name 3 diseases transmitted by the mosquito.

39. What are the names of the "big three" strongyles?

40. What is the scientific name for bighead disease?

41. What three parts of the digestive system are responsible for the greatest absorption of water?

42. Name four symptoms of tetanus.

43. Name 4 plants that cause acute alkaloid poisoning.

44. The anterior pituitary gland is responsible for secreting what 4 hormones?

45. What are the 5 types of teeth present in the horse?

46. Name 4 systemic fungal diseases.

47. Name the two species of pinworms that infect the horse.

48. Identify the breeds associated with each of the following stallions:
Wimpy P-1
Leopard
Denmark
Allan F-1
Dan Patch
Yellow Mount
Figure
Man O' War

49. How long does it take for spermatogenesis and maturation of sperm. Where do each of these take place?

50. Name the formula for calculating total digestible nutrients.

The contest will close next weekend, 11/24/12

Good Luck!
     
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    11-17-2012, 09:05 PM
  #2
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Allegro    
So this is a horse knowledge quiz competition. Winner gets a smileyface a round of applauseand the privilege of putting "Horse Knowlege Competition Winner" on their signature (if they want) . The questions will start out easy and then get harder. If you don't know the answer to a question, you can either not fill it in or fill it in with something goofy. I will ask you PLEASE do not look up the answers on the internet. If you have a horsey book and you want to see if the answers are in there, that's great! But I want this to be educational as well as fun for everyone and if you look it up on the internet, the answer is less prone to stay in your memory. So anyways, have fun, and here's the questions!

1. What is the first part of the horse's digestive system?Small Intestine?

2. Which breed of horse is most susceptible to attacks by dogs due to it's size? Miniature

3. When most people picture a pony, what breed do they often think of?
Shetland
4. What is the vector for Lyme Disease?
Tics
5. What breed does the AQHA register? Quarter Horse

6. What is the common name for the sensitive hairs around the muzzle?Whiskers

7. How many teeth does an adult male horse have?30?

8. What what is another name for the bone that is shaped like a miniature hoof and is known as the third phalanx?Navicular

9. What is the term for a narrow patch of white on a horse's muzzle? Snip

10. What horse coat color modification causes a horse to gradually become lighter over time?Not sure of the term but grays can turn white and apps can go from black to white

11. The American Studbook is regulated by which breed registry?Thouroughbred?

12. Which english saddle would you use if you wanted to do jumping with very little flatwork?Forward seat

13. Which two gaits do standardbreds race? Trot or Pace

14. Which equine disease is almost exclusively seen in stabled horses? Rhino virus
15. What is the tough, membranous tissue that surrounds the bone? Tendons?

16. Which horse breed is known for a heavy eyelid commonly referred to as a "Toad Eye"? Never heard of that

17. The genus Gasterophilus refers to what parasite? ?

18. What is the powerful middle layer of the uterus that is responsible for contractions?Cervix

19. What is a tandem hitch? two horses 1 in front of the other

20. What is the name of the first horse that originated 58 million years ago?Pegusus?

21. Which feed is most commonly fed to horses with respiratory problems?
Who knows but soaked hay is my 1st choice
22. What type of shoe is often used on reining horses? Aluminum?

23. What is the term for a mare that has never been bred?Maiden

24. What is the minimum width of a horse stall door?36"

25. Who was the foundation stallion of the Albino? Qtr Hs?

26. What is the nickname given to the spirited Hackney Pony? Spirit?

27. What does WSFI stand for? ??

28. What is the recommended slope for an equine facility? Ha

29. What substance is often applied to the bottom of a shoe to increase traction? Borium

20. Leucoencephalomalacia is commonly known as what?

31. How many bones are in the hock??

32. What does OCD stand for? (hint: no, it's not obsessive compulsive disorder ;) )It is something to do with resperitory

33. At what age has the galvine's groove reached the bottom of the upper corner incisor? 11

34. What is wrong with this sentence? "The umbilical cord of the foal should be dipped in iodine after being cut."

35. What was the name of the first one toed horse?

36. What is the name of the rickettsia that causes potomac horse fever? Spotted Fever

37. Name two plants that cause nigropallidal encephalomalacia.

38. Name 3 diseases transmitted by the mosquito. Sleeping sickness, Coggins, equine infectous enemia

39. What are the names of the "big three" strongyles?

40. What is the scientific name for bighead disease?

41. What three parts of the digestive system are responsible for the greatest absorption of water?

42. Name four symptoms of tetanus.Lock jaw

43. Name 4 plants that cause acute alkaloid poisoning.

44. The anterior pituitary gland is responsible for secreting what 4 hormones?

45. What are the 5 types of teeth present in the horse?Molars, canine,

46. Name 4 systemic fungal diseases.

47. Name the two species of pinworms that infect the horse.

48. Identify the breeds associated with each of the following stallions:
Wimpy P-1
Leopard apppaloosa
Denmark Fjord
Allan F-1
Dan Patch TB
Yellow Mount
Figure Morgan
Man O' War TB

49. How long does it take for spermatogenesis and maturation of sperm. Where do each of these take place?

50. Name the formula for calculating total digestible nutrients.

The contest will close next weekend, 11/24/12

Good Luck!
Never heard of lots of the stuff answers embedded
     
    11-17-2012, 11:50 PM
  #3
Started
1. Stomach?
2. Any small horse, so maybe Miniature horse?
3. Halflinger or Shetland
4. Ticks
5. Quarter Horses
6. whiskers?
7. 24?
8. don’t know at all
9. a snip
10. grey gene
11. I think American thoroughbred association
12. a jumping saddle
13. trot and pace
14. don’t know… maybe lyme disease?
15. muscle tissue
16. Exmoor pony
17. horse botflies
18. Don’t know
19. A hitch used for foxhunting
20. Eohippus
21. Don’t know
22. Sliding plates
23. Didn’t know there was one…
24. maybe 3 feet?
25. Albinos don’t actually exist
26. Aristocrat of the Show Ring
27. World sidesaddle federation Inc.
28. flat ground?
29. don’t know
30. Moldy corn poisoning
31. two or three
32. don’t know exactly
33. don’t know either
34. I think it should be dipped in alcohol?
35. Merychippus
36. don’t know either :/
37. don’t know..
38. west nile, don’t know any others
39. don’t know..
40. don’t know..
41. small intestine, large intestine, don’t know
42. don’t know again….
43. again don’t know…. Wow im not very good at this
44. don’t know
45. wolf teeth, don’t know
46. forget! :/
47. ringworm, dunno…
48.
Wimpy P-1: Foundation quarter horse
Leopard: Arabian maybe
Denmark: don’t know
Allan F-1: Tennessee Walker
Dan Patch: Standardbred
Yellow Mount: Paint Horse
Figure: Morgan (also known as the Justin Morgan Horse)
Man O’ War: Thoroughbred

49. About 1 Ĺ-2yrs, and I hope in the genitals….
50. Don’t know either… :/
     
    11-18-2012, 12:47 AM
  #4
Foal
Are we allowed to research the answers, or is it just what we know off of our heads? :)
     
    11-18-2012, 01:04 AM
  #5
Foal
You can look them up in horse books but you're not allowed to look them up on the Internet. Of course I can't regulate whether or not you look it up so I have to take your word for it, but it's just a fun quiz to see how much you know and if you were allowed to look it up it wouldn't be very fair and everyone would probably find all the answers so there would be no winner.
     
    11-18-2012, 01:11 AM
  #6
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nokotaheaven    
25. Albinos donít actually exist
very true there is no albino horse, but creme (cremello) horses are registered by the American albino association and so we are looking for the foundation sire for the color breed registered by the American albino association as it was called in 1980 prior to the name change of the registry.
     
    11-18-2012, 03:08 AM
  #7
Foal
1. mouth
2. Miniature horse?
3. Shetland Pony
4. Ticks
5. Quarter Horses
6. tactile hairs
7. 40
8. coffin bone is 3rd phalanx, pedal looks like little hoof
9. snip
10. roan gene
11. thoroughbred
12. clueless on tack um All Purpose
13. trot and pace
14. Colic?
15. Periosteium (sp?)
16. Belgian?
17. stomach bots
18. Myometrium
19. no clue.
20. Eohippus
21. Beet pulp
22. Sliding plates
23. Maiden
24. 4 feet
25. no true albino in horse
26. Prince of ponies
27. haha I don't know
28. 2-3 for runoff flat for barns haha obviously haha
29. borium
30. Leukoencephalomalacia? Moldy Corn Poisoning
31. 6
32. osteochondritis dissecans
33. 20
34. NOT PURE IODINE tincture of 10 percent iodine
35. Equus
36. rickettsia ehrlichia
37. nightshade and spotted water hemlock?
38. encephalamitis(sp?), west nile, EIA(equine infectious anemia)
39. stongylus vulgarius, equinus, and endentanus(sp? On all haha)
40. hyperparathyroidism
41. cecum, small and large colons.
42. prolapse third eyelid, rigidity of muscles, muscle spasms, death
43. not sure
44. LH,FSH, estrogen, and prolactin?
45. Molars, premolars, canines, incisors, and wolf teeth
46. um heaves bronchitis, potomac horse fever, and tetanus??
47. Probstmayria vivipara and oxyuris equi
48.
Wimpy P-1: Foundation quarter horse
Leopard: wild guess Appaloosa?
Denmark:
Allan F-1: Tennessee Walking Horse
Dan Patch:
Yellow Mount:
Figure: Morgan
Man O’ War: Thoroughbred

49. 12.2 days in the seminiforous tubules, and maturation in the epididymis
50. DE(nutrient intake- nutrient in feces)/nutrient intake X 100
Gotta love 4h Horse Quiz Bowl and Hippology! Didnt use internet but I did have to break out my books for a few of them("The Horse" by Evans)making sure that's "legal" haha. That was tough though!
     
    11-18-2012, 03:15 AM
  #8
Foal
* oh sorry and #25 was Old King I didnt know you meant the American Albino registry I thought you meant as a breed.
     
    11-19-2012, 09:17 PM
  #9
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by Eeyottiesmypony    
50. DE(nutrient intake- nutrient in feces)/nutrient intake X 100
Gotta love 4h Horse Quiz Bowl and Hippology! Didnt use internet but I did have to break out my books for a few of them("The Horse" by Evans)making sure that's "legal" haha. That was tough though!
did you get the formula from the horse? If so what page? It is a different formula then the one I was looking for but if you have the page of it in the horse I'll accept it.

Horse bowl is awesome isn't it? I had so much fun with it. Did you get to go to nationals while you were in it? I'm going to be competing in hippology this year since I can't compete in horse bowl. I will definitely miss the buzzers and high action...
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    11-20-2012, 02:21 AM
  #10
Foal
Actually Its from Feeding and Care of the Horse by Lewis not sure on the page # though sorry :/. And yes for the last 3 years we have, placing 8th, 4th, and 3rd. Are you going to Denver?? We are going for hippology this year too! Haha small world.
     

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