Horses are herbivores. As they are naturally reactive to
everything and anything in the world. … The horses belong
to the herbivore species and eat only plants.
The fibers they consume are tough for easy digestion.
Horses are equipped with prominent incisors to aid them
in their grazing. They’re able to cut, slice through the dirt,
or hang their position as they pull back the branches of trees.
In general, the horses digestive tract is designed for digestion
of plant-based food so, for this reason the horse is classified in
herbivores. There are however instances where horses have
consumed meat. Carnivores are bred for the hunt.