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Horse Word Puzzle 5
Topic: Beginner Basics



First, Fill in the blanks below:
(All answers can be found in our articles!)
1.) 50% of an horse's body weight is composed of water.
2.) The is a two-beat gait with a period of suspension.
3.) A strawberry roan is a base coat with white hairs interspersed.
4.) A is equal to 4 inches, and is used to measure a horse's height.
5.) Horses should be fed frequently, but in amounts.
6.) The horse's inability to vomit is the most common reason is a big concern.
7.) A leopard Appaloosa has spots all over his body.
8.) An adult female horse 3 years and older is called a .
9.) A stiff bristled brush used for grooming is referred to as a brush.
10.) A chestnut has a cream/off-white colored mane and tail.
11.) Cremello horses have colored skin.
12.) The of a horse are his mane, tail, lower legs and tips of his ears.
13.) A is an uncasterated adult male horse.
14.) Generally, feed 1 pound of per 100 pounds of body weight.
15.) A horse has a reddish-brown base coat with black points.
16.) Casterated adult male horses are called .
17.) A roan has a black base coat with white hairs interspersed.
18.) A is used in a circular motion while grooming.
19.) , when fed to horses, is a good source of energy and fat.
20.) Dun horses sometimes have colored stripes on their legs.
21.) A gray horse has a light gray body with speckles of black or brown.
22.) The pattern of sittin and rising out of the saddle while trotting is called .
23.) Horses require between five and gallons of water on an average day.
24.) colored horses are light to dark sandy yellow color with a black mane and tail.
25.) A horse who is between one and two years of age is a .
26.) Dun horses have a stripe down the middle of their backs.


Second, find those words in the puzzle:

(You can click on the boxes to highlight the letters!)


D I D Y G N I T S O P O
L U T O R T K N O W I T
H A A B U C K S K I N T
T T R H B O E E Q U K I
U N E G B L F D D H K A
N M A R E I L O A S C O
T N E O R C E R N F A L
S N R O C S A S D T L H
E O E G U T B A Y A B N
H I L E R N I L M T A E
C L U L R I T S R L F E
G L E D Y O T S T U L T
B A E I Y P E E S D A F
O T F N H A N D A A X I
L S L G A A N I M A E F
L S ? S Y E A R L I N G



Last, write down the remaining un-highlighted letters in order from left to right. They will spell out an interesting horse fact!



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