1. Daphnia - Live Aquarium Foods

    Grow your baby fish like a PRO
    Live Daphnia are great live feed for your Fish or Shrimp Fry. Order online to start a never-ending supply of Live Daphnia! [ Click to order ]
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Microworms - Live Aquarium Foods

    Grow your baby fish like a PRO
    Microworms are a great live feed for your Fish or Shrimp Fry, easy to culture and considerably improve your fry mortality rate. Start your never-ending supply of Microworms today! [ Click to order ]
  3. Australian Blackworms - Live Fish Food

    Grow your baby fish like a PRO
    Live Australian Blackworms, Live Vinegar Eels. Visit us now to order online. Express Delivery. [ Click to order ]
    Dismiss Notice

Running a horse.

Discussion in 'Horses - all breeds / types' started by imikec, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. imikec

    imikec New Member

    How long can an adverage farm horse run for continuosly at full speed before becoming tired.


  2. Laura05

    Laura05 New Member

    depends on the horse... they are all different.
  3. imikec

    imikec New Member

    Laura05: Running a horse

    Thank you Laura05, for your input. I know nothing much about horses. I figured I would have to come up with a breed. I have two breeds I looked up. As I sometimes watch western movies, I realized that people who road horse in the old west relied on their horses, to carry them over great distances, sometimes having to out run other riders. I began to wander if many horses suffered riding abuse. (just very curious)

    1. Spanish Mustang
    2. Tennessee walker

    Thank you for your time and help.

  4. horse_child

    horse_child New Member

    In the movies, it's all fake. Very few horses can go flying down a hill and break neck speeds continously and not trip. Also, for ranch work, you would want a very dependable horse. spanish mustangs probally aren't really good for ranch work. I've never seen ones, but by the sound of their names, they porbally can't pull a calf up a cliff, but i don't know for sure. also, you would have decsribe average. tall or short? fit or not? young or old? muscular or not?
  5. imikec

    imikec New Member

    Thanks Horse_Child


    You've been very helpful, with your reply. Check out this link Iv'e provided for you. It give pictures, and literature on almost every horse breed on the planet.


    Or go to www.google.com (search engine) and type horse breeds. You'll see the same link I just provided above.


  6. horse_child

    horse_child New Member

    I'm glad i could help :wink:
  7. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    i know my sisters horse spooked at a jump, went galloping, jumped over the fence and down the highway. err. but he ended up turning around and walking back! :0011:

Share This Page