And the best ones? And worst?
How much does it cost to ride? Why do some horses are better than others?
How quickly can one make money off of horses?
Do horses have personalities? And how do those personalities manifest?
Have we ever tried to breed a cow, a horse, a rabbit, or a dolphin with a human-like brain? We don’t even know how they think.
If you’ve ever wanted to own a horse, but couldn’t pull the trigger, this course explores how to become a horse breeder. No horse is too big to buy, and no horse is too small to breed. You’ll learn what a horse’s life might be like, how to find a horse, and how to plan the right breeding strategy. The end goal is breeding the finest horses that fit your goals, and making a lot of money in the process. But it’s not just for horse breeders. If you want this kind of learning with your pet animal, you can find it here.
When it comes to fighting the American dream, most of us are born a few sizes too small.
While most babies are born male, a minority of females are born a little too big. So how do we explain why so many of America’s wealthiest, strongest and bravest come from tiny, tiny families?
A new study from the Brookings Institution sheds some light. It turns out that being tall is often a good thing.
The study surveyed 869 people between the ages of 9 and 24 – and found that height is associated with wealth.
The only other association found was age: Being 18 to 20 years older did have an upside – more than half the people surveyed said they had a significant wealth advantage.
What do some of the world’s richest people actually weigh like?
For the Forbes 400, we’re talking pounds and ounces. But there are some important variations:
The biggest (highest and highest paid!) person on the list is Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who, according to Forbes, has an estimated net worth of $30 billion.
The average person in this year’s list is 6’4″ (183 cm), according to the study.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is 6’4″, according to Fortune.
In the UK, the man most renowned for his philanthropy has an estimated $30 billion fortune for charity.
The youngest person