Horse Podcast Ep 220: Fun Facts on Horses – Part 1

How many fun facts on horses do you know? What was the fastest sprint? How many horse breeds are there, what is the average lifespan. These are just a few fun facts that we learn about during this podcast.  Horses have been our transportation, worked our fields, help us break records, and comfort us when we are sad. So many great things to learn about these special equine companions.

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Your Equestrian Adventuresses Podcast Host, horse rider, seasoned traveller and trail rider!

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  • Can Horses throw up?
  • How many horse breeds are there?
  • How fast can a horse run?
  • How long do horses live?

Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!

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