Horses can sleep both standing up and lying down. At the stifle joint, a "hook" structure on the inside bottom end of the femur cups the patella and the medial patella ligament , preventing the leg from bending. Contrary to popular belief, the herd stallion is not the "ruler" of a harem of females, though he usually engages in herding and protective behavior. Domesticated stallions, with human management, often mate with "cover" more mares in a year than is possible in the wild. Horses have a strong grazing instinct, preferring to spend most hours of the day eating forage. Some breeders keep horses in semi-natural conditions, with a single stallion amongst a group of mares. Media related to Horse behavior at Wikimedia Commons. A horse kept entirely alone may not sleep well because its instincts are to keep a constant eye out for danger.
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