When horse was first domesticatedHorses were domesticated 6,000 years ago on the grasslands of Ukraine, southwest Russia and west Kazakhstan, a genetic study shows.
Horses in 2,000 B.C.2000 BC onwards. Horses were used in war, in hunting and as a means of transport. They were animals of high prestige and importance and are widely represented in ancient art, often with great insight and empathy.
Horses in 1,000 B.CThe true horse migrated from the Americas to Eurasia via Beringia, becoming broadly distributed from North America to central Europe, north and south of Pleistocene ice sheets. It became extinct in Beringia
Horses in 1ADIncitatus (Latin pronunciation: [ɪŋkɪˈtaːtʊs], meaning "swift" or "at full gallop") was the favourite horse of Roman Emperor Caligula (reigned 37–41 AD). According to legend, Caligula planned to make the horse a consul.
Horses in the middle ageHorses in the Middle Ages differed in size, build and breed from the modern horse, and were, on average, smaller. They were also more central to society than their modern counterparts, being essential for war, agriculture, and transport.
Horses in the 2000’sAdmire Groove's first race was on November 10th, 2002 at Kyoto, where she came in first. She then won her next two races after at Hashin Racecourse, which included a win at the Wakaba Stakes.