Incidentally, horses are also afraid of dead bodies, making them one of few non-human animals to recognize death. And that's why war horses were so valuable: it took a lot of training to make them not freak out in battle. --- "Witness. I'll give you a piece of gum later if you'll be good and stick to just the facts." -Miles Edgeworth
Wow! I learned plenty about horses in this topic. I never knew that tidbit about horses being afraid of dead bodies... My country is a concrete jungle, so there's not a single horse down here. except for in the zoo. Maybe. I have ridden a horse before in a trip to New Zealand. Wonderful creatures.
I actually googled about this question and on a camel fetish forum (yes! it's true!), they say that it's true that horses are generally really afraid of camels, but Arabian horses are among those that tolerate camels really well. I guess it makes sense, since they would have grown up beside camels.
I have also never seen before a camel, so I have no idea what they smell like. I guess a horse would freak out if a llama spat in it's face. --- There's a huge difference in specs between four computers and Nagato!
I've seen camels at the county fair before, they're pretty tall l and pretty cocky so I think they would be able to scare horses pretty well. They are taller than most horses I think. --- Ladies love tanlines: http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w265/jcmason1986/SexyJoe.png http://www.louieanderson.com/images/banner_350x95.jpg