Human beings love control but not to be controlled. They like exerting their knowledge and power over beings who they believe to be on a lower pedestal to themselves. Humans like showing off that they have power, intimidating with power and remaining on the top of the ladder with that same power. The saying that goes ‘money is power is no joke’. In this day and day once you have money you have the upper hand. You are the one who has the most control in the situation. In the beginning money was not really a thing. Money didn’t exist. Your assets were in your expansive farms. Famers where the Don Corleone’s of that time. Anyone with a big farm was a king pin. There would have come a time were a frustrated farmer may have been pushed down on the ladder just because he didn’t have the most farmers. This adversity may have pushed them to find a new animal to amaze the masses with resulting in the domestication of the horse. This is a great hypothesis only because we all know what human beings are like. The domestication of the horse dates back thousands of years ago to around 6000-5500 BC. In depth research has highlighted that horses were first domesticated by the Botai People of Kazakhstan. The Botai people lived on large settlements that usually yielded many crops mainly for their livelihoods sake. The Botai people may or may have not kept horses for social dominance but thing for sure is that the analysis of the teeth of horses from that time highlights that their teeth were worn out. This suggests that the horses that the domesticated horses were kept for milk and a source of meat.
These horses interbred with local wild horses and spread across Europe and Asia. The horses were then traded between varies populations of people of differing cultures as they were moved across from one continent to another. Although the horses were domesticated around 6000 BC harnesses where only introduced 3000 years later. This neared the time we’re chariots came onto the transportation alone front. Scientists discovered that the horses teeth were worn and so deduced that riding harnesses where used on them during that time as no grasses would distress their teeth to the extents they uncovered. In addition to the scientific findings drawings of horses pulling chariots were often found from the cultures of those times, especially Mesopotamia. An illustration dates to 2000 BC was found on a terracotta mold from Mesopotamia of horses drawing people on carriage like vehicles while paintings in a tomb in Egypt dated to 1600-1400 BC highlighting the use of horses with harnesses pulling chariots. The domestication of the horse has had a significant impact on the entire world. From transport, agriculture, communication and warfare throughout human history the horse had resulted in the wonderful world we live in today. With technological advances horses are used for personal pleasure and utilized in competitions