How Long Do Horses Live?

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Horses commonly live to be 25 - 35 years old, and horse ages translate into human ages almost linearly.
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The lifespan of a horse in the wild is about 19 years. Domestic horses usually live quite a bit longer. The average lifespan of a domestic horse is 27 to 28 years, though there are horses that have lived into in their thirties.
A horse can live up to the age of 35. If a horse is loved and cared for properly. They live a long life. Life of a horse can depend on the breed of the horse too.
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