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|Hit Dice:||3d8+6 (19 hp)|
|Speed:||50 ft. (10 squares)|
|Armor Class:||13 (–1 size, +1 Dex, +3 natural), touch 10, flat-footed 12|
|Attack:||Hoof –1 melee (1d6+1*)|
|Full Attack:||2 hooves –1 melee (1d6+1*)|
|Space/Reach:||10 ft./5 ft.|
|Special Qualities:||Low-light vision, scent|
|Saves:||Fort +5, Ref +4, Will +2|
|Abilities:||Str 16, Dex 13, Con 15, Int 2, Wis 12, Cha 6|
|Skills:||Listen +4, Spot +4|
Horses are widely domesticated for riding and as beasts of burden.
The statistics presented here describe large breeds of working horses such as Clydesdales. These animals are usually ready for heavy work by age three. A heavy horse cannot fight while carrying a rider.
Carrying Capacity: A light load for a heavy horse is up to 200 pounds; a medium load, 201–400 pounds; and a heavy load, 401–600 pounds. A heavy horse can drag 3,000 pounds.
A horse not trained for war does not normally use its hooves to attack. Its hoof attack is treated as a secondary attack and adds only half the horse’s Strength bonus to damage. (These secondary attacks are noted with an asterisk in the Attack and Full Attack entries for the heavy horse and the light horse.)
SEE WIKIPEDIA ENTRY: Horse