- Horses have binocular and monocular vision, which means they can focus both eyes on one thing, or use both eyes independently.
- Horse can’t vomit. Their biology doesn’t allow it; the muscles that close off the stomach are too strong.
- The French word for horse, cheval, is the root of the English word chivalry. To be horse-like.
- Horses have 26 muscles in each ear.
- A small indent on a horse’s skin is called a ‘prophet’s thumb mark’ – and is considered good luck.
- The oldest horse on record lived to be 62 years old.
- A 1,100 year old carving of an enormous horse is set into the side of a mountain in Westbury, England.
- ‘Flehmen’ is the term given to the face horses make when sniffing out a new smell that makes them look like they’re laughing.
- The horse’s closest relative is the rhino.
- There are 58 million horses in the world today.
Stunning Indoor in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula
The best indoor arenas are built when our clients have a clear vision for how they’re going to fit into their environment.
This excellent build is right in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, an area well known for its equestrian community and natural beauty.
The indoor is perfectly nestled into some beautiful greenery and old-style wooden fences. We love what the client has done with this project and we’re proud to have had a part in it.
See a private home we built in the gorgeous Mt Buffalo region or scroll down for more photos of this project.
Cattle Yard cover in Beveridge, near Wallan
Our cattle yard covers go up quickly & efficiently – letting you get back to your business.
Below are some images taken at the recent erection of a cattle yard in Beveridge, near Wallan.
One the components of the shed are construction in our Kyneton workshop, they are sent off to be galvanised. This process protects the steel against weathering and rust.
They are then taken to site, assembled, lifted (in this case by a single crane) and bolted to the foundations.
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