Today it iscommon to havehorsesas pets, helping with tasks of day-to-day and participating insports andtherapeutic techniques. Butit was not alwaysso.For thousands of yearsago theseanimalswerecompletelywildso mysterious. But thenas hewas tamed?
Count thehistorical accountsthatsix thousandyears agothe peoples ofthe Iberian Peninsulahostedagroup ofwild horseson their landand that thiswas the beginningthat the mancould get closer totheseanimals unlesstheyfrightenone another.
The survivalof these animalsin the wildoccurredwhenencaminharemto pastureon the Iberian Peninsulaand someAsianlandsto escapethedense vegetationcoveringthe whole of Europe. Naturedid the restby getting them tosurviveand theyweregetting used to thepresence of peoplearound you.
Without fearof approachinganimals, humans were getting closegraduallygivingfood andcuddlesto win. Not long after,had alreadymasteredthesefour-legged friends. Shortly after theywere alreadyused to helpin agricultureas a meansof transport,tradeand evenwars.
Although thehistorycite severalways to approach, until nowresearchershave foundthatwalkingwasnotthe exact shapeof the capture anddomestication ofhorses. Any statementmadeto themaboutbeing inour lives todayis pure speculation.The onlything certain isthat humans, being ranked as themost developedmammal, it is natural thatcanstand outand dominatethe other raceswith ease.Unfortunately,useof violence in manycases. Thisisthe only part thatmust changeto actuallybe more"evolved" thesebeautiful animals.