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PostSubject: Riding Level 4   Mon Aug 20, 2007 6:50 pm

Here, you can get the answers of the Riding Level 4
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PostSubject: riding level 4   Fri Sep 07, 2007 6:58 pm

Please can I get help on riding level 4

these are my questions

1 - How often does an adult horse have to be dewormed?




  • Every month
  • Once in the horse's life
  • Every year
  • Three to four times a year
2 - Can you adjust your stirrups whilst being on a horse?





  • Yes
  • No
3 - To jump a hurdle, You have to:





  • Close your eyes
  • Place your horse in the middle
  • Let go of the reins
  • Take your feet out of the stirrups
4 - The expression "lame duck"





  • Designates the raising of the horse's flanks whose breathing is obstructed by emphysema
  • Comes from the fact that the soldiers aimed at the horse's flank in calvalry times
  • Designates someone that is lazy
  • Comes from the fact that horses suffering from emphysema, in the age of cavalry, were considered as "good for nothing"
5 - I can clean the dirt stuck under the hooves with a soft brush.





  • false
  • true
6 - The quality of the soil on which the horse works is very important, check the right statements:





  • Hard soil tires out the joints
  • Sticky soil which forms packets under the horse's hooves enable it to absorb shocks better
  • Deep soil tires out the tendons
  • Mixed soil is harmful to horses as it tires out both the tendons and the joints
  • The frog has a shock-absorbing role; it must be released to work well
7 - When riding my horse, do I have to respect the highway code?





  • Yes
  • No
8 - What is one of the essential factors of a horse's fitness and form?





  • Rest
  • Work
  • Abundant food

How tall was the largest horse in hands?



  • Over 20hh
  • About 18hh
  • About 19 hh
2 - The bit is placed�





  • under the tongue
  • on the tongue
3 - Some vaccinations are compulsory for competing in horse competitions:





  • Symic teeth
  • Rabies
  • A cold
  • A pitchfork
  • Horse flu




6 - What is the most frequent cause of death in horses?





  • Pine poisoning
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Diarrhoea

Thanx
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PostSubject: help   Sun Sep 09, 2007 7:09 pm

Please Im desperate!No
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PostSubject: Re: Riding Level 4   Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:00 pm

1 - How often does an adult horse have to be dewormed?






  • Every month
  • Once in the horse's life
  • Every year
  • Three to four times a year
2 - Can you adjust your stirrups whilst being on a horse?







  • Yes
  • No
3 - To jump a hurdle, You have to:







  • Close your eyes
  • Place your horse in the middle
  • Let go of the reins
  • Take your feet out of the stirrups
4 - The expression "lame duck"







  • Designates the raising of the horse's flanks whose breathing is obstructed by emphysema
  • Comes from the fact that the soldiers aimed at the horse's flank in calvalry times
  • Designates someone that is lazy
  • Comes from the fact that horses suffering from emphysema, in the age of cavalry, were considered as "good for nothing"
5 - I can clean the dirt stuck under the hooves with a soft brush.







  • false
  • true
6 - The quality of the soil on which the horse works is very important, check the right statements:







  • Hard soil tires out the joints
  • Sticky soil which forms packets under the horse's hooves enable it to absorb shocks better
  • Deep soil tires out the tendons

  • Mixed soil is harmful to horses as it tires out both the tendons and the joints
  • The frog has a shock-absorbing role; it must be released to work well

7 - When riding my horse, do I have to respect the highway code?







  • Yes
  • No
8 - What is one of the essential factors of a horse's fitness and form?







  • Rest
  • Work

  • Abundant food

How tall was the largest horse in hands?





  • Over 20hh
  • About 18hh
  • About 19 hh
2 - The bit is placed�







  • under the tongue

  • on the tongue
3 - Some vaccinations are compulsory for competing in horse competitions:







  • Symic teeth
  • Rabies

  • A cold
  • A pitchfork
  • Horse flu




6 - What is the most frequent cause of death in horses?







  • Pine poisoning
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Diarrhoea

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PostSubject: more help   Tue Sep 11, 2007 7:06 pm

Thanks heres some more questions

- Can horses get tetanus?



  • No
  • Yes
  • Only if it is bitter

What does the term "semi-wild" horse mean?



  • A horse that has one parent that is wild
  • A domesticated horse that has become wild again
  • A highly spirited horse

A zebroid is the combination of�



  • A zebra and a horse
  • A donkey and a mare
  • A zebra and a pony
  • It doesn't exist

To go from cantering to galloping, my horse must return to walking.



  • false
  • true

To notice a limp and determine where it comes from,



  • You make the horse gallop
  • You make the horse jump
  • You make the horse trot

Thanks so much!!cheers
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