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I keep getting 8 out of 10 right, and I can't figure out which one I'm getting wrong, so please help :D

1 - Thoroughbreds are considered one year older on which two dates (one for the northern hemisphere, one for the southern)?
January First
May First
August First
October First

2 - What is a snip?
A small mark on the muzzle
A broad marking down the front of the horse's face
A marking found high up between the eyes
A long straight marking down to the horse's nose

4 - The book "Black Beauty" played a significant role in the development of today’s animal welfare laws and regulations.
T/F

6 - What is the oldest breed of horse?
Spanish Barb
Arabian
Mongolian Wild Horse
Icelandic

8 - What part of the horse is the poll?
The apex of the shoulder
The part of the neck behind the horse’s ears
The peak of the hindquarters
The lower part of the hind leg

9 - Most American Mustangs reside on an HMA. What does HMA stand for?
 

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1. Northern Hemisphere - Jan 1st
Souther Hemisphere - Aug 1st

2. What is a snip?
A small mark on the muzzle

4. The book "Black Beauty" played a significant role in the development of today’s animal welfare laws and regulations.
True

6. What is the oldest breed of horse?
Mongolian Wild Horse

8. What part of the horse is the poll?
The part of the neck behind the horse’s ears

9. Most American Mustangs reside on an HMA. What does HMA stand for?
Herd Management Areas
 

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1 - in the norhtern hemisphere thoroughbreds are taken from january 1st. in the southern hemisphere ( i think) it is august 1st (im not totally positive on that second part!!! - find an aussie - they'll know)!!!

2. a small mark on the muzzle

4 - True (again i THINK). it focussed much victorian attention on the raw deal given to horses during their work especially those used as taxis in cities and hauling enormous loads in various industries etc.

6. hmm, not sure... sorry!!! might be quite easy to find out tho if you google "oldest horse breed" or check out those breed society pages on the web.

8. the part of the neck just behind the ears

9. not sure as im from uk - some sort of national park maybe?? again, look up mustangs on line im sure itll tell u.

good luck!!!!
 
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