I didnt eat the WHOLE horse haha, and It lust looked like red meat, I didnt flinstone it and just grab a freshly dead leg. I tried it both grilled and chicken fried, tasted like a cross between bison, deer, and cow. Nothing weird or anything, they had it in the deep freezer packed in butcher paper just like when you pick meat up at the actual butcher.
They also kept cows and chickens and I think they had a couple of pigs. They had a shed with a few deep freezers in it that they stored the meat and veggies from the garden in, real down home people. The animals were free range and well fed, very well cared for.