Household Formation Of Horses
After living power, the next most important resource was horses, which were more in Russia than in any other country in the world. Large tabunas were falling on the staggers of southern Russia and Siberia. These horses were strong, fast and very well trained. They're also very low. One hetoric dealing with the problems of condom in Russia called these staggered horses "high and non-exhaustive reserve."
Closest to a purely stalemate, there were horses in the irrational shelves of Casacks, Bashir and Kalmaks. The Koni Kazaks were unfaithful, small, fast and very obedient. They were able to cover long distances for many days under extreme weather conditions, intersections and minimum fodder, which was not due to regular cavalry. In the home environment, the catastrophe horses were always in the supply. In wintertime, they've been digging out of underground snow and ice roots and grass stalks. By joining the active army, the Casacks had brought their horses, although in 1812-1814 the State had allocated funds for the purchase of horses in return for those lost during the hostilities. Excellencies who are able to find a road in any area during the dark hours of the day, the Casasians have also exempted regular parts of the Russian cavalry from many responsibilities that have devastated the forces of similar deliveries in the armies of other countries. However, the shelves of the Russian Gusar, Ulan and the horses also had strong, well-trained, low-cost and fast horses with a healthy staple blood.
Traditionally, the selection of horses for medium (draguns) and heavy (kirasirs) cavalry was a much greater problem. Indeed, by the beginning of the Seven-Year War in Russia, there had been no war-possessed ciraes, and even the Dragun compounds had been extremely deplorable. However, by 1812, much had changed, especially because of the intensive development in Russia, starting from the second half of XVIII inconvenience. By 1,800, there were 250 private cone plants operating in Russia, almost all of which had occurred in the preceding forty years. They supplied horses with most of the Cyraesir shelves and some of them Dragun.