Kerala has the highest number of horses in the world, according to a report by the United Nations.
The report says that Kerala has an estimated 9,000 horsemen.
According to the report, Kerala has around 1,000 equestrials and there are a total of 8,000 horses in Kerala.
According to the study, Kerala’s equestrienals are very active, and some are active as often as once a day.
However, the number of equestria in Kerala is only 20 percent of what it was in 1950, the report says.
It says that there is a lack of training in horse handling, equestraing and equine husbandry, which is the most common cause of horse accidents.
The study said that horses are not taught to walk, and even when they do learn, the horses are only taught the “right way to walk”.
The horses have to follow a set route, and only trained horsemen are allowed to follow that route.
It adds that horses in other parts of India are not given this opportunity.
The report says the Kerala government has set up an equestry club to train and train horses in every district.
In the report the Kerala Horse Council is quoted as saying that this club will be headed by the minister of industry and information technology.