Equine Management - Week 3

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  1. which breed was brought to America by conquistadores?
    american mustang
  2. which breed is developed from thoroughbred, morgan, and standardbred?
    American Saddlebred
  3. which two breeds originated in Spain?
    • andulasian
    • paso fino
  4. which breed was originated by Nez Perce?
    appaloosa
  5. which five breeds originated in the US?
    • appaloosa
    • american quarter horse
    • american saddlebred
    • tennessee walking horse
    • pony of the americas
  6. which breed is used for bullfighting, parade, dressage, and jumping?
    andulasian
  7. what are the three criteria for an appaloosa?
    • 1. mottled skin
    • 2. white sclera
    • 3. striped hooves
  8. which bred was bred by King Solomon?
    arabian
  9. which bred is the oldest?
    arabian
  10. which breed originated in america during colonial period and have inherent "cow sense"?
    american quarter horse
  11. which breed is trained to harness race without breaking into a gallop?
    standardbred
  12. which breed is developed from thoroughbred, hackney, arabian, and morgan?
    standardbred
  13. which breeds originated in Great Britain (Scotland, England, Wales)?
    • thoroughbred
    • clydesdale
    • shire
    • suffolk
    • shetland
    • welsh
  14. which breed was developed between 1840 and 1890?
    american saddlebred
  15. which breed was imported to America in 1730?
    arabian
  16. which breed was developed between 1800 and 1875?
    standardbred
  17. which breed was originally used for racing, but is now also used in hunter/jumping, dressage, and eventing?
    thoroughbred
  18. which breed is named after Justin Morgan?
    morgan
  19. who brought the morgan to Vermont?
    justing morgan
  20. which state developed the American Saddlebred?
    Kentucky
  21. which breed are excellent show horses and shown as three-gaited and five-gaited?
    american saddlebred
  22. which breed originated on Tennessee plantations?
    tennessee walking horse
  23. which breed originated between 1890 and 1935?
    tennessee walking horse
  24. which breed was developed from thoroughbred, standardbred, morgan and american saddlehorse?
    tennessee walking horse
  25. which breed originated in Austria?
    lippizzaner
  26. which breed was developed in 1585?
    lippizzaner
  27. which is small with a characteristic broken gait?
    paso fino
  28. which breed originated in France?
    percheron
  29. which breed originated in the 1600's?
    percheron
  30. which breed is used by Budweiser?
    clydesdale
  31. which breed originated in belgium?
    belgian
  32. which breed is usually chestnut and used by Amish?
    belgian
  33. which breed is the largest of draft horses?
    shire
  34. which breed was developed in 1506 AD?
    suffolk
  35. which breed is named after the coach they pull?
    hackney
  36. which breed has considerable influence from Darley Arabian?
    hackney
  37. how many hands is the classification for a pony?
    < 14.2 hands
  38. how many hands is the classification for a horse?
    > 14.2 hands
  39. which state developed the Pony of the Americas?
    iowa
  40. which breed was developed from the shetland and the appaloosa?
    pony of the americas
  41. which breed is usually referred to as a "pony sized Appaloosa"?
    pony of the americas
  42. which breed is known for its ill-temper and is used for pleasure reading and pulling carts?
    shetland
  43. which breed resembles a small Arabian?
    welsh
  44. which breed dates back to the wild asses of northern Africa?
    donkey/burro
  45. what is the term used for a male donkey/burro?
    jack
  46. what is the term used for a female donkey/burro?
    jenny
  47. what is the term used for a horse bred from a stallion and a jenny?
    hinny
  48. what is the term for a horse bred from a mare and a jack?
    mule
  49. what are the three color breeds?
    • 1. pinto
    • 2. paint
    • 3. palomino
  50. which breed is usually under 36" but is not classified as a pony?
    miniature horse
  51. which breed was brought to America in the 1530s?
    pinto
  52. how do you determine the difference between a paint and a pinto?
    breeding - a paint must have quarter horse
  53. what is the wild horse breed of Africa?
    zebra
  54. what are the five basic body colors?
    • 1. bay
    • 2. black
    • 3. brown
    • 4. chestnut
    • 5. white
  55. what is another name for chestnut?
    sorrel
  56. what are "points" as concerning coloring?
    hair below knees and hocks, muzzle and tips of ears
  57. describe bay
    • mix of yellow and red (light bay to dark bay)
    • black mane, tail and points
    • usually black muzzle
  58. describe black
    • completely black with no variations on muzzle, ears flanks, mane and tail
    • can have white markings
    • can be sun bleached
  59. describe brown
    almost black but has brown hair on muzzle and flanks
  60. describe chestnut
    • red
    • mane and tail same as body color - never black
  61. describe liver chestnut
    • red or brownish in color
    • mane/tail are flaxen
  62. describe white
    • born white and remains white
    • snow white hair, pink skin and brown or blue eyes
  63. describe albino
    • all white with no pigments
    • eyes/muzzle have a pinkish tint
  64. what are the six variations to the basic coat colors?
    • 1. dun and buckskin
    • 2. gray
    • 3. palomino
    • 4. roan
    • 5. paint and pinto
    • 6. appaloosa
  65. describe dun
    • dark bay variation - dingy yellow body color
    • black mane, tail, legs
    • dorsal stripe
    • zebra striping on legs
  66. describe buckskin
    • light bay variation - light golden yellow color
    • black mane, tail, legs
    • dorsal stripe
    • zebra striping on legs
  67. describe grulla
    • born gray
    • black points
    • dorsal stripe
    • zebra striping on legs
  68. what are the three bay recessives?
    • 1. dun
    • 2. buckskin
    • 3. grulla
  69. what are the two palomino recessives?
    • 1. cremello
    • 2. perlino
  70. describe gray
    • mixture of white with a basic coat color
    • born chestnut, bay or black and replaced with white as ages
    • black skin around nose, inside ears, and between hind legs
  71. describe palomino
    • golden color
    • mane and tail white, silver or ivory
  72. describe roan
    • mixture of white hair with other basic base colors
    • does not change color as ages
    • horse usually more solid color
  73. what are the three types of roan?
    • 1. bay roan
    • 2. strawberry roan
    • 3. blue roan
  74. describe bay roan
    • white hairs with bay
    • black points
  75. describe strawberry roan
    white hairs with chestnut or sorrel
  76. describe blue roan
    white hairs with black
  77. what are the four color patterns for paint and pinto?
    • 1. tobiano
    • 2. overo
    • 3. piebald
    • 4. skewbald
  78. what are the two pattern terms for paint and pinto?
    • 1. tobiano
    • 2. overo
  79. what are the two color terms for paint and pinto?
    • 1. piebald
    • 2. skewbald
  80. describe tobiano
    white crosses over the top line and extends down
  81. describe overo
    • white in legs and starting around belly extending upward
    • does not cross top line
  82. describe piebald
    black and white only
  83. describe skewbald
    white and any color other than black
  84. what are the five requirement for paint registry qualification?
    • 1. white markings above knees or hocks
    • 2. NO appaloosa color or breeding
    • 3. over 14 hands
    • 4. NOT five gaited or saddle horse type
    • 5. sired by:
    • 5a) registered paint;
    • 5b) registered quarter horse;
    • 5c) registered thoroughbred
  85. what are the two basic spotting patterns?
    • 1. leopard
    • 2. blanket
  86. describe leopard
    white coat with large dark spots scattered over the body
  87. describe blanket
    blanket of white hair crosses over croup, loin or back and usually contains dark spots
  88. what is a snip?
    white marking on nose usually between the nostrils
  89. what is the term for a white marking on nose usually between the nostrils?
    snip
  90. what is a star?
    any shape of white found on forehead between the eyes
  91. what is the term for any shape of white found on forehead between the eyes?
    star
  92. what is a stripe?
    white line down the face that does not cross the nasal ridge
  93. what is the term for a white line down the face that does not cross the nasal ridge?
    stripe
  94. what is a blaze?
    white band down the horses face that does cross the nasal ridge
  95. what is the term for a white band down the horses face that does cross the nasal ridge?
    blaze
  96. what is a white underlip?
    white on the lower lip
  97. what is the term for white on the lower lip?
    white underlip
  98. what is bald?
    white from the forehead to muzzle that extends around the eyes and usually includes the entire front of the face
  99. what is the term for white from the forehead to muzzle that extends around the eyes and usually includes the entire front of the face?
    bald
  100. what is coronet?
    white around the coronary band
  101. what is the term for white around the coronary band?
    coronet
  102. what is pastern?
    white from the hoof up to the pastern joint but not quite the fetlock
  103. what is the term for white from the hoof up to the pastern joint but not quite the fetlock?
    pastern
  104. what is fetlock?
    white from the hoof up to the fetlock joint
  105. what is the term for white from the hoof up to the fetlock joint?
    fetlock
  106. what is 1/4 stocking?
    white from hoof up and including the fetlock
  107. what is the term for white from hoof up and including the fetlock?
    1/4 stocking
  108. what is 1/2 stocking?
    white from hoof and going halfway between fetlock and carpus
  109. what is the term for white from hoof and going halfway between fetlock and carpus?
    1/2 stocking
  110. what is 3/4 stocking?
    white from hoof and going 3/4 between fetlock and carpus
  111. what is the term for white from hoof and going 3/4 between fetlock and carpus
    3/4 stocking
  112. what is full stocking?
    white from hoof all the way up to the carpus
  113. what is the term for white from hoof all the way up to the carpus?
    full stocking
  114. how many toes did the prehistoric horse have?
    5
  115. what is thrush?
    fungal infection in the hoof
  116. what are symptoms displayed with colic?
    • walk and stretch
    • lay down
    • small distention on abdomen
    • rolling
  117. what is the normal pulse rate for a horse?
    28-40 bpm
  118. what is the normal respiration rate for a horse?
    8-15 rpm
  119. what is Galvayne's groove?
    the dark line running the length of the tooth starting at the gum line
  120. what is bishoping?
    a person grinds a horse's teeth to create a cup trying to cover up the horse's true age
  121. identify A
    muzzle
  122. identify B
    poll
  123. identify C
    neck or mane
  124. identify D
    withers
  125. identify E
    back
  126. identify F
    loin
  127. identify G
    croup
  128. identify H
    tail
  129. identify I
    hock
  130. identify J
    tarsal joint
  131. identify K
    stifle
  132. identify L
    flank
  133. identify M
    gaskin
  134. identify N
    ergot
  135. identify O
    coronary band
  136. identify P
    pastern
  137. identify Q
    fetlock
  138. identify R
    cannon bone
  139. identify S
    knee
  140. identify T
    elbow (calcaneous)
  141. identify U
    chest

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