Our first “I Knew That” quiz was such a hit, we’ve created another. Take the quiz and test your general knowledge about horses. Good luck!
10 Questions: Correct Answer = 10 Points
Various Types of Questions
Difficulty Ranking – Moderately Difficult
1 Minute to Complete
Tap the button below to take the quiz and get your score. Then pop back here for the in-depth answers and your Grade!
STOP! Don’t read any further until you’ve take the quiz then return, scroll down for your grade and to review the correct answers.
How Did You Do?
100 – PERFECT! You are a WARHorse Intelligentus Superiorus!
90 – GREAT JOB. You are a wealth of equestrian knowledge.
80 – WELL DONE. You will REIN superior at any stable.
70 – GOOD WORK. You deserve a nice, crisp apple.
60 – SO-SO. Your bluster needs a bit of buffing.
50 – Maybe you should get a dog?
Horses belong to a group of mammals with an odd number of toes including rhinoceroses and tapers, the horse’s closest living relatives. SOURCE
The Gaskin is the large muscle on the hind leg, just above the hock, below the stifle, homologous to the calf of a human. SOURCE
The Akhal-Teke breed from Turkmen coat has a distinctive metallic sheen caused by the transparent part of the hair which bends light through one side and refracting it out the other. SOURCE
Alfalfa is a legume hay. SOURCE
The Cantle is part of an english saddle. SOURCE
A horse’s average gestation period is 335-345 days. A donkey’s average gestation period is 360 to 375 days. SOURCE
A green ribbon is tied into a horse’s tail to let others know that the rider and/or horse are inexperienced. SOURCE
Jumping, Eventing and Dressage are the 2020 recognized Olympic equestrian disciplines. SOURCE
The Pony of the Americas or POA is a pony breed developed in the United States in the 1950’s. SOURCE
A foal will mature into a yearling. A colt will become a stallion. A filly will become a mare. None of the answers are incorrect. SOURCE