Answer the questions as fast as you can (not too fast because then you might not get the answers right)
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Last updated: January 26, 2018
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a lady horse
used to lead a horse
lead rope
there are cold bloods, hot bloods, and ...
warm bloods
a young horse
a young male horse
a young female horse
the thing that goes in between a horse's mouth
the bit that you sit on when riding
where you put your feet when riding
a castrated male horse of any age
a non-castrated male horse four years old or older
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a horse of either sex that is between one and two years old
Is used by handler on the ground to lead or tie up a horse?
used to steer a horse when riding
slowest means of travel on horseback
second fastest means of travel
second slowest means of travel
fastest means of travel
riding without tack
riding bareback
stripe down a horse's nose
what is a white horse called?
what is a reddish brown horse called?
Level 15
Nov 23, 2015
Could you maybe also change the whitehorse- grey to grey and gray, is it also considered cremello?
Level 62
Aug 7, 2020
No a cremello horse is a creamy white with light eyes , a "white" horse has black skin
Level 58
Dec 24, 2016
Technically the bareback question is incorrect. Riding bareback means you aren't using a saddle. Many people who ride bareback will still use a bridle, which is still part of the tack set. Riding without tack (a saddle and a bridle) is simply called riding tackless, not bareback.

Not a bad quiz, but I think your wording needs work on some of these questions.

Level 62
Dec 2, 2020
A white horse is white, a grey horse is grey
Level 36
Dec 2, 2020
Level 36
Dec 2, 2020
The term "yearling" among horses, is not an animal the age of which is between one and two years. A "yearling" is a horse, that has seen its first (but not its second) January 1st. Technically, a foal born on December 31st is a "yearling" the very next day.
Level 62
Dec 7, 2020
What I mean DKChappell is that a white horse is in fact a white horse, it has unpigmented skin and white hair with light eyes, what is commonly mistaken as a white horse is a grey horse, which has black skin with dark eyes, so yes in fact, a white horse is white and a grey horse is grey.
Level 40
Apr 6, 2022
Correct. There are indeed true white horses that are albinos. They have red eyes. Very light grey horses are still grey horses, despite being white in color. They are distinguished from white horses due to their very dark grey skin. Often they are born darker and lighten as they get older.
Level 40
Apr 6, 2022
You want "lead rope," but neither lead nor rope work as an answer. Most people who care for horses would call it a lead, not a lead rope. Most leads are not ropes at all.
Level 18
May 3, 2024
This quiz is wildly inaccurate and misleading.

Most of the questions are incorrect/poorly worded, but an example would be "what is a white horse" - there is no such thing as a white horse, that coat colour doesn't exist in horses, and this question is also misleading due to the fact that there are several different mutations/gene expressions/etc. that cause a horse to appear 'white'. Max white, max sabino, grey, and so on make a horse LOOK 'white', but all are caused by different things. The "colour" misconstrued most commonly as white is what's called max white, which is a mutation of a pinto pattern where the horse ends up as one giant white spot. Max sabino is similar. Albinism ('albino') does not exist in horses.

Grey horses aren't even caused by a coat colour themselves, grey is actually a depigmentation disease where the melanin is progressively broken down. All grey horses start out as a different base colour. Grey is a condition that is passed down by the dominant grey gene.