Where Does a Horse Live?


Horses live in barns, stables, or corrals. Domestic horses rely on people for their shelter while wild horses prefer flatter, open land where they can spot predators easily. Horses and humans interact in a wide variety of sport competitions.
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Horses live on every continent inhabited by humans. All horses generally need open, grassy spaces to roam.
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