The word horse is a noun. Horse means (1) solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times, (2) a padded gymnastic apparatus on legs, (3) a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa), (4) a framework for holding wood that is being sawed, (5) troops trained to fight on horseback.
Horse is also a verb that means (1) provide with a horse or horses.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word horse.
Horse tack refers to any equipment used on a horse for equestrian sports. This can include a saddle, bridle, and driving harness. Learn more about different types of horse tack and find horse tack suppliers.
Visit this horse trainer directory to locate horse trainers throughout the United States. The photo on this page shows a woman training a horse in a sandy horse paddock.
Horse tack refers to equipment used in horseback-riding or horse care and includes saddles, bridles, blankets, boots, and more. Learn more with this helpful guide to horse tack.
People ride horses for work and for pleasure, use them to pull plows and buggies, enjoy watching them race and perform, or simply keep them as pets. This horses portfolio includes a series of videos that are related to horses.
OHorse is a website that lists everything about horses. There are links to horse breeders, horse breeds, horseback-riding stables, equestrian organizations, and more. Website visitors can search the directory by region.
This animal services provider page comprises information about animal services careers in the United States of America plus a photo of an animal trainer feeding a horse.
Visit this horseback-riding service provider guide and directory to locate horseback-riding services in the USA. The photo on this page shows an English-style rider atop a handsome brown horse.
Louisville is original, eclectic, dynamic, and energetic. Within its boundaries, visitors can find sports, history, nature, art, music, amazing food and lodging that take overnight stays and vacations to the next level. Perhaps most notably, the city is home to the Kentucky Derby horse race. The Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau teams work hard to find smart, innovative ways to market and sell Louisville to the nation and all around the world.
The following articles provide recent horse-related news.
On Twitter, the trainer, Eric Guillot, denied that the name was offensive, but he had directed it at a Black television analyst. The horse ended up with a new name.
Joe Drape. New York Times. Sunday, 10 Jan 2021 23:38:45 +0000.
A 2-year-old colt was euthanized after suffering a life-ending break of his left front cannon bone during the running of Sunday's Eddie Logan Stakes.
John Cherwa. Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 27 Dec 2020 17:35:43 -0500.
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