The rounded , well developed in those areas that direct muscle coordination.
While the horse is intelligent among subhuman animals, it is safe to say that the horse is more concerned with the functioning of its acute sensory reception and its musculature than with mental processes.
Many early human cultures were centred on possession of the horse.
Superstition read meaning into the colours of the horse, and a horse’s head suspended near a grave or sanctuary or on the gables of a house conferred supernatural powers on the place.
Recently, however, geldings generally have replaced stallions as riding horses.
Young horses are known as The primitive horse probably stood 12 hands (about 120 cm, or 48 inches) tall at the withers, the high point on the back at the base of the neck, and was dun coloured (typically brownish to dark gray).
It is supposed that the horse was first used by a tribe of Indo-European origin that lived in the steppes north of the chain of mountains adjacent to the Black and Caspian seas.
Influenced by The relationship of the horse to humans has been unique. It has plowed fields and brought in the harvest, hauled goods and conveyed passengers, followed game and tracked , and carried combatants into battle and adventurers to unknown lands.
It has provided recreation in the form of jousts, tournaments, carousels, and the sport of riding.
The influence of the horse is expressed in the English language in such terms as kings or in the tombs of the pharaohs.
Domestic horses gone wild, such as the mustangs of western , tend to revert to those primitive features under random mating: they generally are somewhat taller (about 15 hands), are usually gray, dun, or brownish in colour, and move in herds led by a stallion.
The horse’s general form is characteristic of an pivot on pulley-like joints that restrict movement to the fore and aft, the limbs are levered to muscle masses in such a way as to provide the most efficient use of energy, and the compact body is supported permanently on the tips of the toes, allowing fuller extension of the limbs in running.
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