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Did you know ... In total, there are 205 bones in the skeleton of a horse.

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Equine dental technicians (also known colloquially as equine dentists, although this is not reflective of their official title) are veterinary paraprofessionals who specialize in routine dental work on horses, especially procedures such as rasping the sharp edges of teeth, also known as 'floating'.

Ever get asked, "Is Horseback Riding a Workout?", here's what one online resource responded! https://www.healthiestbest.com/benefits-of-horseback-riding

Ever get asked, "Is Horseback Riding a Workout?", here's what one online resource responded! https://www.healthiestbest.com/benefits-of-horseback-riding

Did You Know? Approximately 4.6 million Americans work in the horse industry in one way or another. The US horse industry has an economic effect of $39 billion annually on just nine million American horses. There are approximately 58 million horses in the world and the vast majority are cared for by humans. (Source: American Horse Council)

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Did you know ... Vocalizations are highly important to horses. Examples: Whinnying and neighing sounds are elicited when horses meet or leave each other. Stallions (adult male horses) perform loud roars as mating calls, and all horses will use snorts to alert others of potential danger. (Source: Onekind) https://thehorse.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/horse-whinnying.jpg

Did you know ... Vocalizations are highly important to horses. Examples: Whinnying and neighing sounds are elicited when horses meet or leave each other. Stallions (adult male horses) perform loud roars as mating calls, and all horses will use snorts to alert others of potential danger. (Source: Onekind) https://thehorse.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/horse-whinnying.jpg

Did You Know ... On the underside of a horse's hoof is a triangular shaped area called the “frog," which acts as a shock absorber for a horse's leg, and also helps to pump blood back up the leg. (Source: PawNation)

Did You Know ... On the underside of a horse's hoof is a triangular shaped area called the “frog," which acts as a shock absorber for a horse's leg, and also helps to pump blood back up the leg. (Source: PawNation)

Did you know ...Horses use their ears, eyes and nostrils to express their mood. They also communicate their feelings through facial expressions. (Source: CBS News)

Did you know ...Horses use their ears, eyes and nostrils to express their mood. They also communicate their feelings through facial expressions. (Source: CBS News)

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