Last Updated on February 12, 2022
Horses break wind through their anal glands, and also excrete a liquid that is reabsorbed by the body. It has been suggested that horses can smell when other animals are near them (even humans) and decide to defecate as a defense mechanism.
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Sam was born and raised in a small town in rural America, where he developed a lifelong love of horses. As a child, he spent many hours exploring the nearby woods and horse trails, and he quickly developed a special bond with the animals. He started riding at an early age and has since become an accomplished equestrian, competing in a variety of disciplines including show jumping and eventing.