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The only truly wild horse subspecies is Przewalski's horse, although it is extinct in the wild and is found only in zoos, except for a small population that has been reintroduced to the Mongolian steppes as of 2016. Hors... More »

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Wild horses are herbivores and eat any plant life in their surroundings that provides adequate nutrition, most notably healthy grasses and shrubs. Wild horses often roam large areas of land and graze wherever there is ad... More »

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In North America, wild horses are found on the islands off the Atlantic coast and in other areas in the United States. Some of the states they are found in include Arizona, Montana, Utah, New Mexico, and North Dakota. More »

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A horse whisperer is an individual who trains a wild horse to accept a saddle and a human rider. Also known as natural horsemanship, the technique is based on developing a rapport with a horse and rejects forceful or abu... More »

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There are several terms for male horses depending on their age and whether they have been gelded. The most common terms are colt, gelding and stallion. More »

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Prior to the age of four, female horses are called fillies, and from age four and up, they are called mares. Female horses can also be called yearlings when they are between one and two years old, or foals before they ar... More »

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Scope, in reference to horses, can mean three very different things. In horse racing, scope is a term used to describe a horse's potential to improve with age. This usage is common in both the UK and international Englis... More »

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