Male Horse

  • (noun): The male of species Equus caballus.

Some articles on horse, male horse, horses:

X-Man (TV Series) - Missions
... List of missions Main Missions Team! Horse Riding (단결! 말타기) - A traditional Korean game where a horse is formed a (defending) team of men bent down ... The other (attacking) team will jump on to the horse, trying to stay on the horse until all members are on ... If all members are on the horse, then the first member in line and the head will play rock-paper-scissors to decide the winner ...
2008 World Thoroughbred Rankings - Guide
... Rank A horse's position in the list, with the most highly rated at number 1 ... Each horse is ranked once according to its highest rating ... Any lesser ratings for the same horse are not ranked ...
Horse - Biology - Lifespan and Life Stages
... Depending on breed, management and environment, the modern domestic horse has a life expectancy of 25 to 30 years ... record was "Old Billy", a 19th-century horse that lived to the age of 62 ... Regardless of a horse or pony's actual birth date, for most competition purposes a year is added to its age each January 1 of each year in the Northern ...
American Champion Older Male Horse
... The title of American Champion Older Male Horse is an American Thoroughbred horse racing honor awarded annually to a stallion or gelding, four years old and ... The following list provides the name of the horses chosen by these organizations ... Whenever there were different champions named, the horses are listed side-by-side with the one chosen as champion by the Daily Racing Form noted with the letters (DRF), the one chosen by the Thoroughbred ...

Famous quotes containing the words horse and/or male:

    One key, one solution to the mysteries of the human condition, one solution to the old knots of fate, freedom, and foreknowledge, exists, the propounding, namely, of the double consciousness. A man must ride alternately on the horses of his private and public nature, as the equestrians in the circus throw themselves nimbly from horse to horse, or plant one foot on the back of one, and the other foot on the back of the other.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    One of the most interesting and affecting things [on a difficult return march from a raid into Virginia] is the train of contrabands, old and young, male and female—one hundred to two hundred—toiling uncomplainingly along after and with the army.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)