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Just Horsin' Around - BACK TO BASICS Quiz


Just Horsin' Around is back! Again! Here may I present to you, Just Horsin' Around III. This third installment is for those who haven't mastered all of that horsey knowledge.

A multiple-choice quiz by Mongoose1. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
Mongoose1
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
123,956
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
14088
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
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Question 1 of 10
1. When leading a horse in the USA, you usually stand ______ the horse. Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Bits are mainly used when --. Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. When the farrier comes, it's time to have your horse's -- checked. Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. When is it most common to use a leadrope? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. What are girths used for? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. What does a rubber curry comb do? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Which of these leg markings cover the leg up to the highest point? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. What is palomino? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. In horses, thrush is a disease of the --. Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. When a horse is lame, it means which of the following? Hint





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1. When leading a horse in the USA, you usually stand ______ the horse.

Answer: to the left of

The usual standard is to lead your horse from the left, so your right arm is nearest to his side. We also tighten the girth from the left and mount from the left.
2. Bits are mainly used when --.

Answer: riding

Bits are used when riding to make it easier for the rider to control the horse. There are some bridles that do not use bits, but they are not as common as the bridles with bits. The snaffle bit is the largest of the five bit groups. There are also double bits, Pelham bits, gag snaffles, and the bitless bridle.
3. When the farrier comes, it's time to have your horse's -- checked.

Answer: hooves and shoes

Farriers ensure that the horse's feet are not only well and securely shod but are also correctly trimmed. Shoes can be fitted either hot or cold. Now, as an alternative to metal shoes there are plastic shoes that can be attached to the hoof with glue.
4. When is it most common to use a leadrope?

Answer: When leading a horse that's wearing a halter.

Lead ropes are most commonly used when travelling, grooming, and tacking. They are usually inexpensive (unless you were to get a nice leather lead rope for showing,) sturdy, and very practical. However, lead reins are used when showing horses in hand and they do clip on to either the bit ring or halter.
5. What are girths used for?

Answer: To keep the saddle in place.

Girths are available in leather and synthetic materials. Western saddles are held in place with cinches rather than girths. Surcingles go all the way around the horse's chest and saddle.
6. What does a rubber curry comb do?

Answer: It removes dried mud from the coat.

Care must be given when using the rubber curry comb on bony areas such as the legs. Metal curry combs are actually very different from rubber curry combs (besides the compositions) as metal curry combs are used to clean out other brushes and must never be used on the horse.
7. Which of these leg markings cover the leg up to the highest point?

Answer: stocking

In order from shortest leg coverage to longest leg coverage, here are the most common leg markings; coronet, half-pastern, pastern, high pastern, ankle or sock, sock, half-stocking, three-quarter stocking, and stocking. There is another type of marking that covers just the heels of the hoof and those are called heel, and half-heel.
8. What is palomino?

Answer: A golden coloring.

"A bright golden color ranging from pale honey to deep copper. The mane must be at least 85 percent white or silver, and white markings on legs and face are permitted. Because Palomino is a color, not a breed, any breed of horse that is the correct color can be registered with the Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA)." -from "Storey's Horse-Lover's Encyclopedia", edited by Deborah Burns.
9. In horses, thrush is a disease of the --.

Answer: Hoof

Thrush is a hoof rot that can either be caused by bacteria or fungi that thrive in wet, dirty conditions. Horses are most susceptible if their hooves are rarely cleaned and if they stand in mud and manure a lot of the time. If it is not treated, thrush can ultimately cause lameness.

It is easier to prevent than to cure so clean your horse's hooves daily and make sure he doesn't stand on wet ground for long periods of time.
10. When a horse is lame, it means which of the following?

Answer: He has pains that impede his movement.

This may be caused by a kick, an infection, muscle soreness, a pulled tendon, a bruise to the sole of the foot, a stone caught against the sole, etc. A lame horse cannot be ridden and there is a condition known as chronic lameness. He may need medication or special shoes.
Source: Author Mongoose1

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