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Encyclopedia > List of horse accidents

This is a list of people and fictional characters who had severe injuries, or died from accidents related with horses. Some of the listed accidents had important political and historical consequences, which are given when relevant. Binomial name Equus caballus Linnaeus, 1758 nugget For other uses, see Horse (disambiguation). ...

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Statistics

It has long been recognised that the incidence of horse accidents is statistically predictable. Ladislaus Bortkiewicz examined data from records of 10 Prussian army corps over 20 years. He demonstrated that the 91 deaths from the kick of a horse followed a statistical pattern known as the Poisson distribution. Ladislaus Josephovich Bortkiewicz (August 7, 1868 - July 15, 1931) was a Russian economist and statistician of Polish descent. ... In probability theory and statistics, the Poisson distribution is a discrete probability distribution. ...

Number of deaths
per army corps
per annum
Death by kick of horse
frequency of occurrence
0 109
1 65
2 22
3 3
4 1

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List of horse accidents - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (893 words)
This is a list of people and fictional characters who had severe injuries, or died from accidents related with horses.
Afonso I, king of Portugal (1109-1185), was severely injured in a fall from a horse in 1167 during a battle; he was captured and as ransom, Portugal had to surrender to Castile all conquests made in Galicia in the previous years; they were never again recovered.
September 9, 1488 from a horse riding accident; the long term result was the annexation of Brittany by France, since his heiress, daughter Anne of Brittany was forced into marriage with French King.
Horse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (6393 words)
Horses have long been one of the most economically important domesticated animals, and have played an important role in the transport of people and cargo for thousands of years.
All horses move naturally with four basic gaits; these are referred to as the walk, the trot/jog, the canter/lope ("canter" in English riding, "lope" in Western), and the gallop.
Horses that usually are galloped in a straight line need to be caused to alternate leads so that they do not suffer a muscular imbalance and subsequent difficulty making turns in one direction or the other.
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