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Cormac McCarthy's great Western novel All the Pretty Horses uses horses to symbolize manhood. Typically in the old West, guns were the definition of a man. But here, it's a man's horse: Finally he said that among men there was no such communion as among horses and the notion that men can be understood at all was probably an illusion.Why are horses called horses?
Why Horses Are called Horses. Around stables and in the circles of horse lovers every where, names such as, "horse," "pony," "stallion," "mare," and "foal," are some of the words verbalized. These names are spoken absent mindly without a thought to their origin.What are horses used for in the farm?
Farmers use horses on a daily basis to help them do daily work on their farms. They are used to help move large numbers of sheep or cattle from one place to another.How many horses are in a herd?
They live in groups called herds. In the wild, horses will live in herds that consist of three to 20 animals and are lead by a mature male, which is called a stallion, according to National Geographic. The rest of the herd is made up of females and their young.