i think both ways, I have seen horses lying down, and standing up!
I think horses sleep standing up. I am not pretty sure with that.
Horses rest standing up several times a day, but to get "good sleep" they lay down usually for about 20 minutes or so.
by woolman60 8 years ago
Los Angeles will ban all business with Arizona until it repeals its tough new law targeting illegal immigrants L.A. Votes to Boycott Arizonahttp://www.fresnobee.com/2010/05/05/192 … ycott.html
by tobey100 8 years ago
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by By His Way 6 years ago
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by dingdondingdon 7 years ago
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by phion 6 years ago
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by Dr. Rebecca Sanders 5 years ago
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