Given that this is a riddle, there are many answers possible depending on the way you think about it: * One horse: after the first horse is put in the barn, it isn't empty. Mathematically, we can work out how many horses would fit if we can arrange whatever way we like: * 6730.77 horses: The volume of the barn divided by the volume of a horse gives the number of horse volumes that could fit in the barn volume. * 437.5 horses: If horses cannot be stacked, this is the area of the barn floor divided by the area a horse takes up giving the number of horses that fit if only one level of horses goes in the barn. In reality, we cannot fit parts of a horse or put them in any shape we want like a liquid: * 6555 horses: 437 horses per level and we can fit 15 levels of horses in the barn. * 437 horses: this is the number of horses that fit if we cannot stack horses and we cannot fit parts of horses around them.
No, the correct name for a horses feet are "Hooves". A horses foot is called a "Hoof"
Depending on the breed of the horse, they can grow to about six feet.
A horse barn can be simple or complex. It all depends on budget, space, and what it is needed for.Plan your barn large enough for your animals to be safe, have adequate ventilation and drainage, be comfortable and be protected from the elements. Horse stall walls need to be about 4½ feet tall.
Call your local vet. If you can, rub your hands down your horses legs, checking for bumps, scratches, and heat differences between legs. Check your horse's back for heat or bumps, and talk to other horse owners. It could be that your horse is misinterpreting your signals. If your horse is well accustom to you and your ways, and this is abnormal behavior, this could be a serious condition. When in doubt, ask a more senior horse owner for advice. Or give your local horse vet a call, they might have some ideas and not need to come out to the barn. Hope that helps. (I know because I have worked with horses for years and I help manage a barn of 60+ injury prone horses. The vet has an established parking zone. Really. )
Horses have about 100 feet of intestines! i know that's a lot! but usually half to 2 thirds is small intestines...
Horses can sleep standing up as well as laying down. I believe wild horses sleep standing up so they can quickly get away from any danger.
the answer is horse, because horses are measured in hands not feet ~Furfur
boats, feet, horse drawn wagons or carriages, and horses for the men.
Four legs. Horses have always had four legs.
Do not try attempting to shoe your horse until you have attended a farriers course and received a qualification allowing you to care for your horses feet by trimming and shoeing. Improper care can be fatal to horses. Remember: No hooves, No horse.
A horses lead rope is a rope usually between 4 and 10 feet long with a clip on the end used to attach it to the horses halter and lead the horse around.
horses have 4 feet on each "hoof" .