The Pharaohs were the first to use the a’ana method to drive the horse and pass it over (shake it) in Al-Kifl to (Al-Shakima). From the time of the Nineteenth Dynasty, hoods were also used for horse eyes.
The ancient Egyptians used to give names that have a special ringing to the horses of the pharaohs, for example two pairs of horses were named for City the first (Amon bestowed strength) and (Amon passed away by victory), (and His Majesty the first two horses)
Ramses’ horses needed to be restrained by three servants except for the driver who held them from their harness, and the Egyptian horses were always represented while they were growing up or hitting the ground with their legs in excitement. We once find a pair of horses of a beautiful white color, and it appears that “castration” was not known then.
Ancient inscriptions found in it an important set of information about the art of horse breeding, including: The period sufficient for training a horse is seven months.
The Egyptians knew horses from the age of their idolatry because the god “Horis” once asked his father about the most useful animals for war, so he told him the horses that a person would catch up with his enemy and kill him, (Plutarch)
No trace of horses was seen except in the era of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Horses were used in combat, especially in pulling the wheels of war, and they used to choose from them what was courageous and passionate.