To breed: criar. Ex.: I heard she is breeding a horse.
To get ready: aprontar Ex.: Get my horse ready and wait for me.
To saddle: selar. Ex.: Before riding a horse, you need to saddle it.
To be mounted on: estar montado no. Ex.: She was mounted on a horse when I took this pic.
To mount: montar. Ex.: She doesn’t have the guts to mount a horse.
To ride: andar. Ex.: He loves riding a horse.
To lead: conduzir, guiar. Ex.: After learning how to mount a horse, you will need to lead it.
To brush down: pentear. Ex.: You’ve got to brush your horse down in order to take part in the competition.
To groom: tratar. Ex.: I’ve been grooming horses for years.
To shoe: ferrar. Ex.: If you’re going to ride your horse for long distances you should shoe it.
To stable: colocar no estábulo. Ex.: After riding your horse you must stable it.
To handle: cuidar. Ex.: She has a knack for handling horses.
To ill-treat: mal-tratar. Ex.: He was put in jail for having ill-treated his horse.
To frighten: amedrontar. Ex.: If you want to mount a horse never frighten it.
To hobble: mancar. Ex.: My horse was injured and now it is hobbling.
To tether: amarrar. Ex.: If you don’t tether your horse it’ll escape.
To canter: andar a maio-galope. Ex.: When the horse is tired it just canters.
To gallop: galopar. Ex.: I love galloping on my horse.
To trot: trotar. Ex.: Several horses trotted past us.
To run: correr. Ex.: There are ten horses running in the next race.
To plod: andar pesadamente. Ex.: The weary horse plodded up the hill.
To neigh: relichar. Ex.: Horses neigh. [outra palavra é whinny]
To snort: bufar. Ex.: She was terrified when the horse snorted at her.
To rear (up): criar. Ex.: I’m rearing a horse.
To fall from: cair dor. Ex.: She’s afraid of falling from the horse.
To stumble: tropeçar. Ex.: The horse stumbled and threw its rider.
To throw: jogar. Ex.: The horse got mad and threw me.
To pull: puxar. Ex.: They passed an old horse pulling a cart full of apples.
To prick up its ears: levantar as orelhas. Ex.: When I speak the horse recognizes my voice and pricks up its ears.