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  • Evgeniy Dzhokhaev, Leonid Ochir-Goryaev, About Horses 

    Terbish, Baasanjav; Churyumova, Elvira (2018-03-31)
    In this interview Evgeniy and Leonid share stories of their experience with horses. Evgeniy: Horses that graze by themselves almost never fall sick, although they may sometimes damage their legs. Horses are afraid of ...
  • Evgeniy Dzhokhaev, A Story About Horses 

    Terbish, Baasanjav; Churyumova, Elvira (2018-03-31)
    Evgeniy relays a story about an old mare that dominated her herd. Having spent six years in Yashaltinskiy rayon, Evgeniy moved back to his native Iki-Burul’skiy rayon. Although horses are usually led by stallions, in ...
  • Oleg Mandzhiev, How Kalmyks Trained Their Horses 

    Churyumov, Anton (2016-10-10)
    Oleg talks about how Kalmyks trained their horses in the past. It is known that horses can see flying objects and that they are also afraid of snakes. Horse training was based on these two principles. When foals were in, ...
  • Ochir Badmaev, About Horse Diseases and Horse Racing 

    Khabunova, Evdokia; Churyumov, Anton; Babaev, Andrei (2016-04-29)
    After a race it happens that sometimes horses fall ill because of heart failure, fractured bones, and other reasons. Modern methods of treating horses include intravenous administration of drugs. Traditional methods include ...