Horses for Followers will make new horses available to buy at all the main stables Better Follower Improvements will enable your companion to ride them and follow you. To make followers mount their steeds, all you need to do is mount your own and they will follow suit.
Can you have more than one horse?
Horses need companions. They are herd animals and feel safer if they have their own kind to live with. Owning other horses can be costly if you’ve only budgeted for one. Just owning two horses means twice the hay and feed costs, vaccination, vet, and farrier expenses, and taking care of multiple horses takes more time.
Can you keep one horse alone?
Horses naturally live in herds and a normal horse is never alone by choice. Living as part of a herd has many advantages for horses such as ‘safety in numbers’. A horse living alone in the wild would be much more likely to be caught by a predator therefore horses feel safer when they have other horses around them.
Do horses feel lonely?
Yes, when they are unable to interact with other horses and find themselves in a solitary environment, horses can get lonely and engage in destructive behaviors like stall walking, wood chewing, and paddock pacing.
How do you get a brindle horse?
It now appears there may be two ways in which a Brindle phenotype (outward appearance) can occur. In some horses, the pattern has not been inheritable, pointing to a possible mosaic or chimeric origin, such as seen in tortoiseshell cats. In other horses, the pattern has been shown to be inheritable.
What is a chimera horse?
In the equine world, while extremely rare, a chimera is a horse created from two genetically-different DNA types, believed to occur when non-identical twin embryos fuse into one at an early stage of development. Chimeras are often marked by distinctive brindle patterning in the coat.
What is a yellow horse?
Palomino horses have a yellow or gold coat, with a white or light cream mane and tail. The presence of the sooty gene may result in a palomino having darker hairs in the mane, tail and coat. The summer coat of a palomino is usually a slightly darker shade than the winter coat.
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