Zebroid Known by many other names such as zedonk, zorse, zebra mule, zonkey, and zebmule, the zebroid is the offspring of any cross between a zebra and any other equine (horse, donkey etc.). Bred since the 19th century, zebroids physically resemble their non-zebra parent, but are striped like a zebra. Yet, the stripes usually do not cover the wholly body of the animal.
The marooned Mustangs of Manych: Stallions return to the wild after being stranded on a remote island for SIXTY years
These are the wild Mustangs of Manych - who have been marooned on Russia's Vodny island for 60 years. The beautiful horses were cut off from the mainland when a canal was built in 1953. They had originally been tame, but after getting a taste of freedom the herd has now become too feral to corral again. They have since bred into a huge herd, believed to be the largest and longest lived wild population in Russia
Showing off his skills, Bashkir Pony Gray gallops around with a ball that is seemingly glued to his hooves as he dazzles onlookers with his impressive touch. Shifting side to side through the snow, Gray appears to have mastered passing, dribbling and shooting thanks to hours of practice. (Caters News)
The main purpose of the flehmen response is to find out where there’s a female, whether she’s reproductively ripe and if not when she will be. Description from lazerhorse.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images
In pictures: Rounding-up of wild horses in Galicia, Spain