As an Arabian horse breeder, I once considered raising zebras, too. They seemed a natural counterpoint: the most ancient domestic horse prototype to contrast with the equine evocative of timeless freedom.
A friend did the research and found where I could buy a pair of zebras (this was a couple of decades ago). I was ready to gather up the ten grand until the rest of the research revealed their challenge to domesticity. Apparently zebras tend to stampeed fences and incite horses to do the same. They are best kept if they are raised in and accustomed to tall chain linked fence. Perhaps do-able. But the final deterrent to my exotic fantasy answers the question, "How do you trim a zebra's feet?" Begin with a tranquillizer gun...
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