How Far Can a Horse Travel in One Day?

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There are several variables that affect the speed at which a horse can travel which include breed, conditioning, terrain, age and the overall health of the animal. Horses can usually travel 20 to 30 miles in a day. If a horse is carrying heavy gear or is out of shape, then it may cover less than 20 miles in a day.
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In the wild, horses travel 15-20 miles a day. These horses are super fit though because they are always on the move, unlike the cushy lives our horses spend. So, unless you train
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Horses can usually travel 20 to 30 miles in a day. A horse carrying heavy gear or that is out of shape may cover less than 20 miles in a day. Horses can gallop at speeds of 30 to
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In bad conditions, a horse can 20-30 miles a day. But with good
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Depends on the horse. Anywhere from 25-100 miles.
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Horses can travel between 20 and 30 miles per day. They can run between 30 and 40 miles per hour but can't run at this pace for a long period.
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