Horses are equid mammals, the only genus of the equidae family. It is the only domesticated surviving subspecies of wild horses. In nature, they died out, only a small population of Przewalski's horses remained. Horses have an elongated head, large eyes, wide nostrils and large, pointed, mobile ears. They have a long, hanging mane, a long muscular neck, and a rounded body. Legs are high, slender. The tail is composed of long hair. The color or color of horses is varied. There are black, red, bay, gray horses, the head and legs can be decorated with white spots. Horses become gray with age. In addition, winter hair is lighter than summer hair. Horses have excellent hearing. Domestic horses are very peaceful creatures, but they can fend for themselves. In clashes with predators, they use hooves and teeth. But usually horses still prefer to just walk away from danger. In this they are helped by the natural ability to run quickly. By the way, horse riders are often saved by flight.