âThe Persano is a horse breed created during the 18th century at the Royal Stud of Persano in Italy by crossbreeding Andalusian, Arabian, Turkoman and Mecklenburger horses.
Here's a roundup of interesting links if you'd like to learn more about the Persano:
The earliest known sculpture of a horse is a 2.5 cm high depiction of a prehistoric horse made out of mammoth ivory that was found in Vogelherd Cave and dates back to the Aurignacian culture of the Late Stone Age.
Here's a roundup of interesting links if you'd like to learn more about the Vogelherd horse:
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Ears that are flicking back and forth is often a sign that the horse is in a heightened state of anxiety or alertness, processing a lot of stimuli.
Here's a roundup of interesting articles if you'd like to learn more:
The first Palomino horse ever officially registered was named El Rey de los Reyes (the "king of kings").
Here's a roundup of informative links about palominos if you'd like to learn more: