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    There are many breeds of horses all over the world. Not all horses are great buy they are all good for something. There are millions of different breeds of horses and they are all used for something different because they are all built differently. Horses have been very helpful to the world ever since the early 1500’s. The American Quarter Horse, the American Quarter Horse is the most popular horse in America and can be used for all most anything. It came from settlers that crossed english horses to those of spanish ancestry and that created a more muscular and compact horse. These horses can run a short distance over a strait away faster than any other horse on earth. These horses served and still serve as a multi-task work horse. The American Quarter Horse then moved west with the settlers and grew in popularity among ranchers. The average Quarter Horse is usually 14 to 16 hands tall and there are many colors but the most dominate is chestnut and sorrel. The Appaloosa Horse, The Spanish introduced the Appaloosa Horse in the 1500’s but it wasn’t until the late 1700’s that horses first reached the North West America then that's when the Appaloosa gained its recognition for its color. The Appaloosa was used for hunting by the Nez Perce tribe and soon became really popular for it’s endurance and how far it could go walking without a drink and…

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    Some people say all horses are the same, but actually there, are hundreds of species with their own unique characteristics. All horses have a mane, a tail, four legs, they come in many different colors, and they all eat the same food. The American Quarter horse and the American Saddlebred are both different breeds of horse with different capabilities. The American Quarter horse is usually more than 1,200 pounds. While the American Saddlebred weighs anywhere in between 1,000 to 1,200 pounds.…

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    Over 55 million years ago the first horse like animal walked the earth (American Museum of Natural History). These horses were about the size of a dog with a variety of different colors and had three toes on one foot (American Museum of Natural History). Today’s horses range from 900 to around 1500 pounds and come in a variety of colors. Similarly to horses of the past, current horses still graze, eat hay and grasses. Although time has passed people have negative beliefs of equine intelligence…

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    Horse Family History

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    A horse is a horse, of course, of course, from the introduction to the 1960s show Mr. Ed. Sounds pretty simple, as long as you know what a horse is. Now everyone typically knows what a horse looks like, but what truly makes a horse a horse? More specifically what makes something not a horse? First let 's answer the question what makes a horse a horse in scientific terms. “The horse family today is quite small, consisting only of seven living species, which include donkeys and zebras. The closest…

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    Why Is Horse Racing Wrong

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    Horse Racing: Right or Wrong? Horse racing may be considered an older American pastime but it is still alive and well in today’s society. Thousands of people watch each year as horses run, full speed, down a dirt track hoping for the ultimate trophy; The Triple Crown. Horse racing is an entirely different world. Little kids aspire to be jockeys while parents aspire for the horse they bet on to win. The horse racing industry appeals to everyone of all ages and that is one of the reasons it has…

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    I sat in the very back with the most room to myself, while Enzo and Marcello sat in the crammed middle row bickering about something that was probably very unimportant. The ride was going to be sixteen hours long, but nobody cared because of how fun the Ohio State game would be. So, after two days, we arrived in New Orleans. Our hotel room was quite small for five people, so we were itching to get out as we explored the city. That night, we had great dinner to start our three day stay in New…

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    I am a sophomore who has learned a lot of useful knowledge and loves my life in UC Davis. Yet, I am writing to point out problems with the quarter system. Similarl to many aggies, in my first college year, I had a hard time adapting to the university life because of the quarter system. To succeed in university, every UC student must spend a lot of time adapting this depressive and painful system. However, after acclimating this schedule, students still need to bear massive stress and many…

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    Analysis: One way a horse can express themselves is by making different sounds. The nicker and neigh are some of the many unique sounds horses make. People have been able to decoded and understand the horse’s language by watching the circumstances they use each sounds in. By understanding what the sounds mean you can recognize what you horse may be trying to say whether it’s expressed toward you or another horse. The nicker can have a variety of meanings based on the manner it is…

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    which would be the opposite arm that the opponent is throwing with. When the player that I was guarding got the ball, I pressed at a distance so that I would not get called for a foul by the referee. I managed to grab the ball quickly as it was being thrown to another opponent player and I threw the ball to our goalkeeper. Our team was now on offense and we had to swim to the other end of the pool to set up and score. Everything was very fast paced and I tried my best to keep up with my…

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