September 10, 2004
History of the Horse
Recently I read about the history of the horse. I liked it because it was very informative and I learned things that I hadn't known before. I really like horses and I got to learn where they came from and how they have changed over the years. It also gave me more information about the origin of the draft horse. The writing features that I liked were the flow of the information. The transitions from idea to idea were very smooth and the information was very easy to follow.
Posted by burg0199 at September 10, 2004 11:22 AM
I love horses, i didn't know other people in our class like them too. That's great! I cleaned horse stalls all this summer at the boarding stables I ride at. Do you own a horse? Do want to be a veternarian too? That seem to be a great book what's the title and author?
I also like horses!! That's so cool that there are at least three of us in the class. I spent most of my summer teaching lessons at the stable where I ride. Are you guys both pre-vet majors?
Hey! Glad to hear you guys are intrested in horses too we should talk sometime. Yes I am a pre-vet major and would love to see what you guys are doing with that!!
I'm a pre-vet major too! (wrote the first comment). That is so neat so many people in our class enjoy horses. I plan to do a mixed peractice, dogs, cats, horses. I might even be a cardo speacalist, I have always love the cardo system.
Hi! again. Im not exactly sure what I want to do. I'm leaning towards companion animals but would love to at least look into horses.
Going back to previous comments though about riding... I did a very small amount in high school. I went to horse camp for 3 years and that was sooooo much fun. I also took some very informal lessons for a little bit and were fun but they came to an end. I am currently looking into places to ride and hopefully will get to at least go once this year. I have only ridden western but would love to try english and possibly get into lessons on eaither. Even going to a barn would be great!! So thats a breif summary of that!