Horses Are Hard Working Animals

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Have you ever driven through the countryside and watched the horses grazing in the pastures? This is something that many people enjoy doing. People enjoy seeing these beautiful animals in their habitat doing what they do best. Often times when people are driving by in their car; and see the horses they say to their passengers “look at those horses.” It is great to see them running and playing they seem like they don’t have a care in the world. While horses are beautiful animals, they are also used for many jobs, and require a lot of care. This essay will explain how horses are very hard working animals, how you care for horses, as well as caring for horses outdoors. Horses are hard working animals, and they are used for many different things. The first signs of horses being domesticated dates all the way back to around 2000 B.C.E. Since then humans have come to know more about these creatures, like how to they act, ride,…show more content…
In most states it is required by law for horses to be in a fenced in area. It also keeps the horse safe from other animals and keeping it from leaving. If you are keeping it in a stall inside of a barn you still want to make sure that you are still feeding and watering it. According to The Complete Horse Manual, “The main aim is to provide shelter from the hot sun in summer and while allowing any cool breeze in. It also provides protection from winter weather” (89).
In conclusion, I discussed the following things. When the first horses were domesticated and what they were used for. I also discussed how horses are used on farms and how the Amish culture uses them. I said what kind of food to feed your horse and how much water they drink and need a day. I also included what kind of environment horses can be in weather it’s a stable or open pasture. Make sure it is fenced in. So the next time you drive by horses think about how much work and were they came from. You just might be

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