Share Your Horse Science Fair Project Here!

by Sydney
(HorseCrazyGirls.com)

Have you done a horse science experiment for your school science project? Share it here!

Please provide as many details as possible, and let us know if you won an award for your project.

You can see my science fair project here.

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Oct 23, 2014
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Which saddle pad keeps the horse the coolest?
by: Anonymous

We tested which saddle pad keeps the horse the coolest after a 10 minute workout. We first took the temperature of the horse with a forehead thermometer and then took a ten minute ride and after ten minutes lifted the saddle pad and took the temperature from the side of the horse where we took it before, and compared the difference we did this 2 times per saddle pad and we used a Palomino and a Paint.

Mar 18, 2014
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Horse Parts
by: Nicole

I did a horse science fair project on all the parts of a horse. I got a picture of a horse and labeled the parts and then wrote a short description on each part. I got a 1st place on that project.

Mar 18, 2014
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Horse Teeth Experiment
by: Chloe

I think you should test how age affects a horse's teeth! You can ask a vet or someone you know who might have some horse teeth. You can also use different formulas, like a certain horse mashes and soak the teeth in there to see which will keep the horses teeth healthier. My friend did this but with human teeth, and soaked them in pop or milk, so why not try with horse teeth!

Mar 18, 2014
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Which Treats do Horses Like Best?
by: Christina

When I was in 4th grade I did an experiment to see what kind of treat horses like best. I had a bowl with a divider, and I put apples on one side and carrots on one side, and I would see which one the horses would eat first. It was a really fun experiment and I'm glad I did it!

Mar 18, 2014
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Horse's Sight
by: Anonymous

I had a friend who did one on a horse's eye sight. She put treats on 4 buckets all different colors and used different horses to see which one they went to first and most often.

Mar 18, 2014
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The Life Cycle Of A Horse
by: Sophia

You could do a project showing the life cycle of a horse. You could use model magic and make the horse as a foal, and make models until it becomes a grownup! (foal, yearling etc.) You could make the mane and tail grow longer, the older the horse gets and you could tell the average lifetime of a horse and other interesting facts!

GOOD LUCK!

Mar 18, 2014
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The effects of massage therapy on joint rotatability of a horse
by: Haleigh

I had a friend who has a really old, arthritic horse who is really stiff. So for her project, she practiced a Chinese massage therapy called tui-na on her horse every day for a week before every time she rode.

She tested the joint flexibility of her horse Becky with a protractor, and it had some great results! So if you or a friend has an old horse, this might be a really good project to do.

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