Aug 02 2009

Level 2 Answers

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Once you have 10 days on Howrse, you can get tested for Level 2. After you pass, you can go to the auctions and trade. (You can’t access Private Sales until you have 3 karma points and at least 2 horses.) You will also be able to become a Horse Riding Instructor. (Your job as a Groom must expire.) The top pay is 80 equus. *Numbers 6 and 13 have multiple answers*

Possible Questions and Answers


1. When you tie your horse to a post, you should:

Tie a loose knot that will give if he spooks or runs


2. When leading a horse, you should walk directly in front of it to show it where to go.

False


3. A horse should have access to fresh, clean water at all times.

True


4. What is a curry comb?

A tool made of rubber or plastic with short teeth on one side.


5. A horse can get upset if it is separated from it’s herd.

True

6. When walking behind a horse, you should do which of the following?

Stand at least 6 feet behind the horse
Talk softly to the horse so it knows where you are.


7. If a horse’s ears are slanted backwards, it indicates he is…

Angry


8. How often should a horse’s stall be cleaned if the horse is in it frequently?

Daily


9. When you clip or shave off a section of the horse’s mane right behind it’s ears, this is called a…

Bridle Path


10. What are some common indications that a horse is bored when left in his stall?

All of these


11. When walking behind a horse you should?

Talk to it softly so it knows you are there.


12. What is the basic harness item you should use to move your horse from one place to another?

Halter


13.  Horses that are frequently exercised need what?

Increased carbohydrates

Increased protein


Good Luck!

9 responses so far

9 Responses to “Level 2 Answers”

  1. chloeon 01 Sep 2009 at 2:23 pm

    which season of the year would your horse need a blanket

  2. Rennon 11 Aug 2010 at 5:22 am

    Thank you so much!!!^-^

  3. graceon 27 Aug 2010 at 1:11 pm

    hi i am ilovelautner thanks a lot. (you saved my life)ha ha ha lol

  4. Jazzamatazon 12 Nov 2010 at 9:38 pm

    Um, you’ve repeated the question “When walking behind a horse you should?” was that on purpose?

  5. Jessicaon 20 Nov 2010 at 9:28 am

    Hm..I don’t see it posted twice..

  6. bev6886on 14 Nov 2010 at 9:36 pm

    i’ve always been taught to walk close to the horse’s rump and keep your hand on him so he knows where you are and won’t nail you if he does kick. if you stand 6 feet away, the length of his kick will hurt you. i think your answer is wrong. if you want to walk farther behind him, then i would move back farther than 6 ft, way out of kicking distance.
    also , you should use a rope or lead with the halter when leading a horse or your arm could get hurt if he jerks away. never just hold onto the halter.

  7. Jessicaon 20 Nov 2010 at 9:33 am

    Yes, I agree. That’s what I was taught as well. However, that is the answer Howrse has for the Riding Levels.

  8. RebyXDon 22 Dec 2010 at 4:55 pm

    Fantastic!! it’s a good idea!!!=)

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