I love my horse, her brush your hair sherstku smoothly comb combed ponytail and riding go to visit These lines, known to everyone since early childhood, painted in the imagination of a beautiful, graceful animal with a silky mane and the same silky, long tail, the animal kind, obedient, ready to loyally serve the person. People are not one hundred and even thousands of years had lived side by side with the horses. The horse was an assistant, soldier, friend. "Without a horse a Cossack terms orphan, "" The horse – a man wings, "" The horse is not a plowman, not a blacksmith, not a carpenter, and the first at the village worker, "" Do not be afraid of the road would have been healthy horses "- says the proverb. 'Gold will buy four wives, as the dashing knight has no price. He is also on the vorticity in the desert will not lag behind. It will not change, it does not disappoint "- wrote Lermontov. Contact information is here: James S. Chanos.
The word 'horse' Eastern Slavs borrowed from Turkic horsemen, it sounded like 'alosha'. Turkic tribes wandered in the southern Russian steppes and near in contact with the Slavs Dnieper. Words as 'horse', 'mare', 'Stallion' purely Slavic origin, they are found in many languages of the Slavic peoples, and its roots go back to the Indo-European parent language. Today, hard to imagine that the horses were domesticated by man later than other animals. This is evidenced by their name in the language of some people. The Hittites, who lived in Asia Minor ca.
2000 years bc, called them "asses of mountains ", the Egyptians -" donkey from the east. In Egypt, the horses were probably imported Asian tribe of the Hyksos, dominions in the Nile Valley around 1600 years before. bc The first time the horses used for war – in the cavalry and the chariot. In contrast to European knights, who preferred to fight on horseback on the stallion, the Arabs made their raids mostly in mares (in a calmer ride, not demanding food, easier creep). Prior to the development of agriculture horse played a big role in peoples' forest areas. Used mainly for meat. They were killed and devoured. Scientists are finding that once the horses were hunted in large numbers, that ultimately led to the fact that they have become rare, and this deficit has led to the need for their captive breeding and domestication, rather than their complete destruction. Only with the invention of the plow came to mean to use them in as draft power.