The horse does not appear in early examples of heraldry, although the winged horse is seen as the badge of the Order of the Temple A bay horse is known as a bayard, while the grey horse is a liard When the horse id displayed caparisoned; when in the field, he is free
One of a number of animals which moved into the birch and pine wooded landscape and marshland after the last ice age around 15,000 BC The domesticated horse is believed to have appeared in the Ukraine in eastern Europe as food around 4000 BC, and for riding in central Asia around 2500 BC The domestic animal is believed to be a descendant of Przewalsky's horse The earliest evidence of the horse in Britain was found at ??? Horse bridles and bits appeared around 1800 BC, and became more elaborate during the Bronze Age and Iron Age
A Loa, possessing a person, is said sometimes to "dance in the head" of that person, but the more traditional expression is that the Loa "rides" the person's head The person is thus regarded as the "horse" (in French, "cheval" of the Loa )
If you hear something from the horse's mouth, you hear it from someone who knows that it is definitely true. He has got to hear it from the horse's mouth. Then he can make a judgment as to whether his policy is correct or not. see also clothes horse, dark horse, rocking horse, seahorse. horse around/about to play roughly horseplay. Equine species (Equus caballus) long used by humans as a means of transport and as a draft animal. Its earliest ancestor was the dawn horse (see Eohippus). The only living horse not descended from the domestic horse is Przewalski's horse. The horse was apparently first domesticated by nomadic peoples of Central Asia in the 3rd millennium BC. For many centuries horses were primarily used in warfare. The saddle was introduced in China in the first centuries AD. Horses were reintroduced to the New World, after wild horses had become extinct there some 10,000 years earlier, by the Spanish in the 16th century. A mature male is called a stallion or, if used for breeding, a stud; mature females are called mares. A castrated stallion is called a gelding. Young horses (foals) are also known as colts (males) and fillies (females). A horse's height is measured in 4-in. (10.2-cm) units, or hands, from the highest point of the back (withers) to the ground. Breeds are classified by size and build: draft (heavy) horses (e.g., Belgian, Percheron) are heavy-limbed and up to 20 hands high; ponies (e.g., Shetland, Iceland) are less than 14.2 hands high; and light horses (e.g., Arabian, Thoroughbred) are intermediate, rarely taller than 17 hands. American Saddle Horse Arabian horse Crazy Horse cutting horse horse racing horse chestnut family pommel horse side horse Przewalski's horse quarter horse Quarter horse racing sea horse Tennessee Walking Horse Plantation Walking Horse White Horse Vale of the
A mass of earthy matter, or rock of the same character as the wall rock, occurring in the course of a vein, as of coal or ore; hence, to take horse said of a vein is to divide into branches for a distance
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