When the sun comes out, Equestrians get to go swimming, ride the rollercoaster, and even take in a movie at the Minneapolis Zoo!
But not all equestrians have to ride in the sun to enjoy the outdoor entertainment at the Minnesota Zoo.
Here are some of the other equestries to watch out for in the coming days.
Equestrian Photography (Photo: Courtesy Minneapolis Zoo)A new breed, it’s time to look out for the new breed at the Zoo.
The zoo has a new breed called the Equestraire, a new species of horse.
It is a new, exotic horse and will only be available for public viewing through August 2018.
It was originally bred by Charles and Lucille Catt in the early 1900s to be the first horse breed to have an artificial insemination procedure to produce the offspring that they wanted to sell.
The Equestrains new breed has an extremely high tolerance for heat.
It does not shed its coat and will not shed heat at all.
This means that the horse can survive temperatures ranging from -20 degrees Fahrenheit to 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
It will be a very exciting time for Equestrainers who love animals and want to take pictures and get close to them.
It will be an amazing opportunity to see a new horse and be able to take photos with it.
You can get the latest information on the zoo’s website and on Twitter by visiting www.mnz.org.