Top 10 horses facts Selected as the most interesting among horses related questions in Horses quiz Mules are generally known to have fertility problem. How often do mules give birth to a healthy offspring?Very rarely. Mules are considered infertile, but there have been more than 60 documented cases of foals born to female mules around the world (some of them were even DNA-tested to verify the motherhood). There are no recorded cases of fertile mule stallions.Created by: globalquiz.orgzoology facts » Who was driving the famed zebra carriage in London?Walter Rotschild. The 2nd baron of Rotschild was a keen zoologist. He owned the largest zoological collection ever amassed by a private individual: 2,250,000 butterflies, 300,000 bird skins, 30,000 beetles, as well as thousands of specimens of other animals. He sponsored many explorers and scientists, hence many animals species are today named after him. In his will, he donated the collection to the British Museum. It was the greatest accession which that institution has ever received.Created by: globalquiz.orgLondon facts » What is the breed of this miniature horse?American miniature horse should be identical in terms of profile and propotion to a horse of normal size. In fact, those horses were grown in the United States as a result of hybridisation shetland ponnies with oriental horses. Height in withers reaches 65-80cm. Breed of those miniature horses is very trendy, especially in the USA.Created by: Beronatarhorse breeds facts » How is Arabian horse classified?Light saddle. Arabs are light and quick racehorses - called also hot-blooded. Created by: globalquiz.organimals facts » What type of horse is best for show jumping?Warm-blooded. Hot-blooded breeds like Thoroughbred and Arabian are good for racing, but too small for high jumping. Cold-blooded are slow and heavy. Created by: globalquiz.orgnature facts » What is the name of the only existing species of wild horse?Przewalski's horse. Nicolai Przewalski found the only species of wild horse in Central Asia in 1881 and so it was named Przewalski's horse. Most "wild" horses today, such as the American Mustang or the Australian Brumby descended from domesticated animals. In contrast, Przewalski's horse has never been domesticated.Created by: globalquiz.orgnature facts » What is the average life span of a horse?20-30 years. The modern domestic horse has a life expectancy of 25 to 30 years. Uncommonly, a few animals live into their 40s and, occasionally, beyond. The oldest verifiable record was "Old Billy", a 19th-century horse that lived to the age of 62.Created by: Sophie Lethermannature facts » What sport is that?Polo was created BC in Persia. In the Middle Ages, polo was very popular from Constantinople to Japan. There are even varieties of Polo played on elephants and camels.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskasports facts » This type of horse is called ...Overo. The gene that causes white, frayed Overo patches is the dominant gene - just one copy is enough for patches to appear. In homozygous combinations (two copies from both parents) the gene is lethal - a blue-eyed foal dies in three days.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskanature facts » What horse breed is that?Friesian. The Friesian is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Only black coat colour is accepted for registration for stallions. Big Fresian festival takes place annually in Leeuwarden. Created by: Ninjai Play horses quiz and see all the questions.