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Most likely, the motor can not handle the horse power it needs. Some cars are built to achieve that. But they are cars that are built for racing, or they have more horse power than the average family car.
This would depend on how fast the horse is going. Without the speed there is no answer. The average speed of the average horse is about 12 mph.
The average gallop of a horse is 45 mph.
Thoroughbreds run at an average 35-45 MPH, though some have been clocked at 50mph in sprints.
The Quarter Horse is fastest for sprints. They race a quarter-mile. Thoroughbreds are fastest for anything longer than that. Arabians are best for endurance. The fastest mile for a horse was around 1 minute, 35 seconds. This record was set by the TB racehorse Salvador.
30 kph or 18.64 mph.
34mph is the average for most horses. 45 is more like the speed of racehorses and Quarter horses can reach 55 miles an hour for short sprints
About 2-3 seconds. Its about that many strides, 2-3. They can't go the distance like a Thoroughbred but they are unbeatable for sprints. And they accelerate incrediably fast. They truly are 'nature's race car'.
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The average size of horses is 56-72 inches tall and weigh from 840 pounds to 2,200 pounds.
Yes they are at long distances (derby) But quarter horses are the fastest horses at 1/4 mile sprints.
The duration of The Year of the Horse is 3600.0 seconds.
A car of course. A car can accelerate 0-60 km in 6 seconds in average. Moreover it's a machine. A horse is an animal. There is no way u can beat a car by a horse. for the first few yards the horse is faster
A horse hand is 4 inches