Last week, I posted a photo of a team of zebras which looked like it was taken in the 1920s.
Well, a reader (thank you) sent this article to me and I thought you would enjoy it!
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I was very excited when I visited a farm that had a “pet” zebra, and couldn’t wait to pet him myself. Unfortunately, I was informed at a shout (as I’d bounded in front of the group I was with), just as my hand touched his face, “WATCH OUT – he BITES!!!!” I snatched my hand away. Yes, unfortunately, the stripe-ed one did indeed snap at me and I had no desire to try and touch him again. I’ve suffered a bad equine bite in the past and once was enough!
I am truly astonished that someone was able to tame not one but FOUR of these beasts and get them to drive together. Quite an accomplishment!
I have always wanted a Zebra since I was a child but read somewhere once they like to bite people and not let go. I suppose if raised in captivity things would be different. Awesome article and pictures. Thank you so much!
I have always wanted a Zebra since but read somewhere once they like to bite people and not let go. I suppose if raised in captivity things would be different. Awesome article and pictures. Thank you so much!
Very interesting article..thanks for sharing…
Interesting story! I love zebras. I wonder what the other equines on the street thought about their odd-looking cousins.
This is awesome to see and I LOVE ZEBRAS!!! 10 cent sign would say from there as well. I love the older pictures and say lets go back to traveling via horse!! clean air, no gas ( well not notable or expensive just fumes)better looking- and hibernate in the winter:)
Mary Kahn referred you to me. I had a pair of QH twin fillies born here last April. They are here and thriving.Let me know if you’r like to “talk”