Does the whole horse get buried?


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Traditionally, most owners bury only the head, the heart and the hooves of a horse, and have the rest of the horse cremated so that the ashes can be scattered over the farm. The head represents the horse's intelligence and personality; the heart represents the spirit or will to win; and, the hooves represent their speed or agility. Horses here at the Kentucky Horse Park are buried in their entirety.