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EnglishHow many miles max can you ride on a horse without resting or feeding it?

KonstantinosKostoulas 3 months ago
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szpszp 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.

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szpszp 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.

let's give extra information :)
yahatsuki 3 months ago
This highly depends on the horse itself, the training it had and the breed of horse. A horse used to running long distances will be able to do many miles without resting/eating. A farmers horse will not run as much miles in the same time, but will require rest/food at around the same intervals.
Havoctime 3 months ago
It depends on the horse
yahatsuki 3 months ago
This highly depends on the horse itself, the training it had and the breed of horse. A horse used to running long distances will be able to do many miles without resting/eating. A farmers horse will not run as much miles in the same time, but will require rest/food at around the same intervals.
armando 3 months ago
20 miles a day, galloping 2 miles
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.
Ma. del Carmen Silguero Galvan 1 month ago
The maximum distance a galloping horse can cover in one go without a stop or break is between 2 and 2.5 miles. This varies from breed to breed (lighter breeds like Arabians have better stamina) and obviously, also depends on the health and built of the horse.
Lauren MacMillan 3 months ago
At a gallop, a horse can complete two miles without having to rest or stop. Because horses travel at roughly 30mph at a gallop, you could easily complete 2 miles in less than eight minutes depending on the terrain, obstacles, or the horse's gait.
dee 3 months ago
"training horse a distance that is pretty reasonable (horses can run even 160 km in one day)."
https://www.equishop.com/en/blog/equestrian-guinness-records-n41
dee 3 months ago
a horse can last for about one to three days when running restlessly. It is surprising to find out that this type of animal can have such huge stamina and capability. This is why in ancient times, horses are used as the primary means of transport.
dee 3 months ago
https://horseislove.com/how-long-can-a-horse-run-without-stopping/
Anua 3 months ago
Это зависит от лошади.
suhas 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.
suhas 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.
Emmanuel 3 months ago
I have been a horse trainer for a long time, but the highest distance I have taken a well fed horse was 22km, and she never resist the journey so I think if I take a healthy horse I can go as far as 30-35km without resting.
HOP VU VAN 3 months ago
Chó săn châu Phi có thể chạy 10 km một ngày. Sói có thể chạy 14 km một ngày, trong khi linh cẩu có thể chạy 19 km. Ngựa có thể chạy 20 km một ngày trong 'chạy cự ly lặp lại'. Mọi người có thể chạy marathon 42,2km chỉ trong vài giờ mỗi ngày.
kimo2 3 months ago
There was the mongolian horse messenger system at the time of Genghis Khan. Back then, distance between relay stations was 20 - 40 miles. Nowadays the race called Mongolian Derby recreates such a postal system. Participants change horses every 25 miles to give it a rest.
Mikail 3 months ago
they run until they die. The horse is called cracked from here.
Akeelah 3 months ago
You shouldn't kill a horse by riding it to death.
Promax2021 3 months ago
horses can run 20 km in repetitive runs and when you convert it to miles, it costs 13 miles thanks
puyoung 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.

let's give extra information :)
Sinclair 3 months ago
20 kilometers
Natasha Van niekerk 3 months ago
It depends, indeed. Some horses have better endurance capabilities than others so the answer may vary. However, according to some experienced riders, a horse can run for 24 to 72 hours nonstop before it becomes thoroughly exhausted and dies
Jude Richard 3 months ago
Horses can run with a fast momentum, or often known as a gallop, without stopping for 2-2.5 miles before fatigue sets in. This will become evident with is breathing patterns and its uneasy reactions to orders that normally it has no problems with. Pushing a horse past it’s known ability is not wise and when it shows signs of exhaustion you may want to recognize these signs because you could kill your partner. It all depends on the horses training in the specific tasks it is bread and raised, trained and overall expectancy is while raising and training it. If it is trained to run long distances than obviously it is well equipped to run farther but again still you must constantly monitor its physical condition as its in the long haul process of the run. If it’s well trained to overcome harsh obstacles and be pushed to the limit than it’ll tell you when it’s done in order to stop and rest. A rider must know his horse and a horse must know it’s handler. You must work with an animal for a long time before you will be able to read it like it reads you and therefore, react to each other’s needs. It truly is like the difference between a high school track star and an Olympic professional long distance runner. The high schooler is fast but young and experienced but a relationship between him and his coach is important for both. The track star may feel as though his obstacles are impossible but the coach sees it in him and talks him into a stronger mindset to accomplish the ordeal. But in another view point the coach must also know when to throw in the towel for the greater good of his athlete. Breaking points are a fine line and knowing your beast is the way to success. At a slower pace, horses can travel for as long as 20 miles in one day at a walk or a trot. The average that horses can canter without stopping is between 1 and 5 miles if their pace isn’t too fast. Some are made for slow and long and some are better at fast and long, it all depends on the overall training of the intended objectives in which each trained for.
kr2yku 3 months ago
it's horrible to think about that
krampus 3 months ago
Los caballos pueden generalmente viajar 20 (32,19 km) a 30 millas (48,28 km) por día. Un caballo que carga equipo pesado o que está fuera de forma puede cubrir menos de 20 millas (32,19 km) en un día.
zakir 3 months ago
bir at ortalama 20 kilometre koşabiliyorken aç ve susuz bırakıldığında durum 10 kilometreye kadar düşebiliyor.
zakir 3 months ago
bir at ortalama 20 kilometre koşabiliyorken aç ve susuz bırakıldığında durum 10 kilometreye kadar düşebiliyor.
szpszp 3 months ago
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_versus_Horse_Marathon

or

https://www.bilim.org/uzun-mesafe-kosularda-insan-ati-gecebilir-mi/


you do the translation of the page
Ovie Divine 3 months ago
You can ride the horse for 2 miles if running and 20 miles if walking at a slow pace
justin elias 3 months ago
20 miles a day, galloping 2 miles
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.This is great for people who are taking long trips but have plenty of time on their hands. Most campers and long-distance trail riders will opt for slower paces in order to keep their horses going for long distances.
justin elias 3 months ago
20 miles a day, galloping 2 miles
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.This is great for people who are taking long trips but have plenty of time on their hands. Most campers and long-distance trail riders will opt for slower paces in order to keep their horses going for long distances.
Simone 3 months ago
about 30km, but don't do this :)
Sanjay 3 months ago
If you are in a very dangerous situation, the horse can gallop for its life without pausing at all for maybe 4-5 miles at breakneck speed. If you give the horse momentary pauses or gallop at a medium pace, the horse can easily cover 30 or more miles.... upto 34 maximum. But unless it's a dangerous situation or so, the horse will give up after galloping for a couple of miles.
sean connery 3 months ago
For as long you beat the damn horse
M v sagar 3 months ago
15 miles per day
faishal amri 3 months ago
40 kilometer in tropical
pavlo 3 months ago
there is a lot of factors to contribute (breed, age, etc.) I would say on average 16 to 30 miles. but please don't do this to a horse lol
Önder 3 months ago
100 mil yavaş gider ve daha çok yol alır atı yormadan
Jose Solis 3 months ago
no se porque no monto
34marmemet 3 months ago
Tamamen degiskenlere baglidir ve fotoğraftaki oyuncak atı surmen pek mümkün değil:) öğrenciyim ödülü bana verirsen cok mutlu olurum
Peris 3 months ago
These depends on the horse it self that is considering
1. the breed of horse
2. the age of the horse
3.the condition of the horse
4. The relationship between the horse and it's rider
All this taken into consideration then one can try to determine the distance since the horse must also be used to running for long distances.
alev 3 months ago
varies according to the breed of horse. Arabian horses, for example, can run without food or water for 48 hours and are the most durable horse breeds.
Havoctime 3 months ago
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Aisha 3 months ago
At a gallop, a horse can complete two miles without having to rest or stop. Because horses travel at roughly 30mph at a gallop, you could easily complete 2 miles in less than eight minutes depending on the terrain, obstacles, or the horse's gait.
jackson7 3 months ago
two miles
At a gallop, a horse can complete two miles without having to rest or stop. Because horses travel at roughly 30mph at a gallop, you could easily complete 2 miles in less than eight minutes depending on the terrain, obstacles, or the horse's gait.
Ömer faruk Karakaş 3 months ago
i m gonna take my horse to the old town road and ride it untill i cant no more. let ya know about it later buddy :)
Flu 3 months ago Correct
for galopping without a break usually horse can go around 2-3 miles
but max distance without break is when its walking or trotting which is around 32 miles and takes around 8-10hrs but can go to 40-50miles if horse is in good shape and you want to pressure her.
Kenneth Rammer 3 months ago
5 hours per day, also depends on the horse
Cihan 3 months ago
Ahalteke is a horse that can run 180-200 kilometers a day, is fast, strong enough to stay without water for three days, and has high maneuverability. Emotionally integrated with his rider, he wants only one owner.
yago 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.
Muhammad Nabeel 3 months ago
The Horse can travel 15 Miles nonstop.
Sumeyye 3 months ago
Since lactic acid does not develop in horses. horses run until they die
Sumeyye 3 months ago
Since lactic acid does not develop in horses. horses run until they die
sanchos211 3 months ago
Some horses have better endurance capabilities than others so the answer may vary. However, according to some experienced riders, a horse can run for 24 to 72 hours nonstop before it becomes thoroughly exhausted and dies
MUSTAFA SUPHİ AYDOĞMUŞ 3 months ago
my opinion; it would be better to inform you about horses needs.
LIVING SHARE NEEDS OF HORSES
Older or artistic - domestic horses need to be met at or just above the living quota. They are given a ration rich in roughage in accordance with the purpose. Thus, they are busy with feed for a long time and do not get fat. Vitamin, mineral feeds and additive feed are added to this ration. Dry grass is also given.
Live weight is important in calculating the energy and protein needs of horses. The body weight of horses can be measured using ribcage circumference and body length.
The amount of ration is slightly increased so that the horses kept in open barns in winter can adapt to low temperatures and colds.
DRY MATERIAL (KM) NEED
Dead weight should not be created by overfilling the digestive tract of horses, and KM should be given to them with a CA calculation of 2-2.5 kg / 100 kg. The maintenance share is 2 for the DM intake% CA and 3 for the yield share. Average feed requirement is 40 kg per animal per day in light work and 60-85 kg in heavy work.
ENERGY NEEDS
Carbohydrates, proteins and fats can be used as an energy source. In horses, proteins are not used as an energy source due to their very high cost and mainly because they are a nitrogen source. Vegetable and animal oils that are added to the ration of 15% in horses are used very well.
Particular attention should be paid to the energy density (SE / kg DM) of feeds for mares in lactation and high-yielding horses with high energy needs. The energy requirement of high performance horses is over 150 MJ.

The work energy is affected by the condition, intensity, duration, training, jockey weight, the rider's ability, and the ambient temperature.
RAW PROTEIN NEEDS
Amino acid absorption occurs especially in the small intestine, but to some extent in the colon. Protein requirement in horses is expressed as crude protein (HP). The addition of non-protein nitrogenous compounds (NPN) to the ration is not useful in horses because the fermentation takes place at the end of the digestive tract. The HP requirement of adult, stagnant or low conditioned horses is very low. If a large part of the diet in developed and lactating mares is not legumes, then protein support is required.
THE NEED FOR RAW CELLULOSE
Although the raw fiber requirement depends on age and performance, the dietary DM should contain at least 12-16% HS. The highest HS amount in the ration for pure blood foals and 1-year-olds is 18% in DM.

Typical horse hay should be of high quality, stored, rich in crude fiber.
THE NEED OF MINERAL SUBSTANCES
It is recommended that the minerals be given to mature and growing horses. Salt should be mixed with concentrate and coarse feed at a rate of 0.5-1%. The need for salt varies according to the work and temperature of the horse. It is a very effective method to meet the needs with free water drinking and licking stones in geographical areas with a mineral deficiency. When using licking stones, it should be paid attention to be specific to horses.

- - The horse must constantly take salt with the licking stone.

- - The mare in lactation should take 30 g salt / day in the first 2 lactation months and 15 g salt / day in the ongoing lactation.

- - The racehorse should take 15-30 g of salt after heavy training and after the race.

- - Workhorses should take 15-30 g of salt after hard work.

Additional Na intake with the mineral mix does not cover the need for a heavy working horse and lactating horse. Zn deficiency is seen in older stallions. The addition of Se has no effect of peroxide synthesis on erythrocytes and plasma enzyme during horse racing.
VITAMIN NEEDS

Fresh green feeds and feeds exposed to sunlight can generally meet the vitamin needs of horses. Feed loses much of its vitamin A activity when stored with propionic acid or when stored for long periods. Since vitamin D deficiency occurs in horses that cannot benefit from daylight, this vitamin should be added to the ration. Vitamin E deficiency may develop in horses that have been fed poor quality feed for a long time. Since B complex vitamins are synthesized in the colon of horses, they do not need to be included in the ration.

Higher vitamin A is required for lactation and growth. It is advocated that high Vit E should be for running and race horses. It should be added for horses working on Vit B1 and folic acid.

WATER NEEDS
The water needs of the horses are met automatically or manually. Water is given 2-3 hours before feeding and 2-3 hours after feeding in watering with bucket. In other words, water is given 4 times a day. In hot days or at the end of great stress, the water supply is increased. Horses that have worked hard and intensely are not given cold water in large quantities, otherwise inflammation of the gastric mucosa will be observed (water-colic phenomenon). Water temperature should be 9-11 ° C.
Horses should not consume excessive water. Red blood cells are damaged in excessive consumption. It is generally recommended to add salt into water.
AMAN SHARMA 3 months ago
This highly depends on the horse itself, the training it had and the breed of horse.
alex 3 months ago
ranges from 20 to 31 miles
alex 3 months ago
ranges from 20 to 31 miles
claiborne9 3 months ago
that depends on the breed of horse thoroughbreds up to 3 miles quarter horses maybe a mile it just depends
levent tokmak 3 months ago
Horses can run 20 kilometers a day, like 13 miles
Luiz Felipe Santos Xavier 3 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.

let's give extra information :)
Ashfaq Ahmad 3 months ago
32 miles. Source.
www.animal.mom.com
hahahahah 2 months ago
15 miles i am a profesional horse rider and it shall not work longer than 15 miles or it can be hard injured
Fatih 2 months ago
20 km kadar ama mil cinsinden bilmiyorum
Lucas Possato 2 months ago
The African hunting dog can run 10 kilometers a day. Wolves can run 14 kilometers a day, while hyenas can run 19 kilometers. Horses can run 20 kilometers a day in 'repeated distance runs'. People can run 42.2km marathons in just a few hours a day.
pratham 2 months ago
Hey man i can ride for 2-3 days
MESERET 2 months ago
a horse can complete two miles without having to rest or stop. Because horses travel at roughly 30mph at a gallop, you could easily complete 2 miles in less than eight minutes depending on the terrain, obstacles, or the horse's gait.
MESERET 2 months ago
a horse can complete two miles without having to rest or stop. Because horses travel at roughly 30mph at a gallop, you could easily complete 2 miles in less than eight minutes depending on the terrain, obstacles, or the horse's gait.
Dheeraj Kumar Jareda 2 months ago
It depends on the breed of horse,the route and timing
JAV 2 months ago
the photo horse , i dont know,but generally, horses can travel between 30 and 45 kilometers per day. In the event that you transport something, that distance is reduced to 30 kilometers in 24 hours.