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Do You Know Equestrian Lingo?

Think you can roll with a horse loving crowd? Are you truly a cowboy living a big city lifestyle? It's time to find out! Take these quiz questions and find out if you really know equestrian slang!
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If you're training a young or wild horse, its called:
Unseating it
Breaking it
Reigning it

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A bridle is placed on which part of the horse?
Back
Hoof
Head

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If a horse is "aged," then it is....
More than seven years old
Less than five years old
More than ten years old

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Which of these is not the name of a horse gait?
Cantor
Trot
Shimmy

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If a horse "balks" what is it doing?
Refusing to move
Naying
Laying down

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If a horse is "bolting," then it is....
Running away.
Shedding.
Eating too little.

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Which of these is the fastest gait?
Cantering
Galloping
Trotting

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_______ is the slowest gait.
Walking
Cantering
Galloping

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In horse racing, what is the rider of the horse called?
A jack
A jockey
A jill

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What are a horse's hooves made from?
Gelatin
Bone
Keratin

C+, Horsin' Around

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Rats, don't throw your hat in the horse ring anytime soon! You may know a word or two in the equestrian lingo handbook, but you're not well versed enough to hang out with a true horse loving crowd just yet. Better luck next time!

B+, Horse Lover

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You're not horsing around when it comes to your knowledge of equestrian lingo! It's clear that you love horses and the lifestyle that comes with owning a horse or being a prolific rider. Few folks know horse lingo as well as you!

A+, Equestrian Ace

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Whether it's breaking a horse or the gait of a walk, you know your equestrian slang as only a true horse loving rider really can. There's no question that you have devoted a lot of time to learning your way around the horse farm. Try being cooler, we dare you!
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1
If you're training a young or wild horse, its called:
Unseating it
Breaking it
Reigning it
2
A bridle is placed on which part of the horse?
Back
Hoof
Head
3
If a horse is "aged," then it is....
More than seven years old
Less than five years old
More than ten years old
4
Which of these is not the name of a horse gait?
Cantor
Trot
Shimmy
5
If a horse "balks" what is it doing?
Refusing to move
Naying
Laying down
6
If a horse is "bolting," then it is....
Running away.
Shedding.
Eating too little.
7
Which of these is the fastest gait?
Cantering
Galloping
Trotting
8
_______ is the slowest gait.
Walking
Cantering
Galloping
9
In horse racing, what is the rider of the horse called?
A jack
A jockey
A jill
10
What are a horse's hooves made from?
Gelatin
Bone
Keratin

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