We've found the time and place that horses were first domesticated

Horse herds on the steppes in Inner Mongolia, China Ludovic O/CAGT/CNRS Photothy?que
The stubborn mystery of prehistory's origins has been finally solved. An extensive study of ancient DNA revealed the location where horses were domesticated. It was around 2200 BC, on the steppes in central Eurasia near the Volga or Don rivers. This is now Russia.

Ludovic Orlando, a professor at Paul Sabatier University, France, said that finally, we can find out where and when horses have been domesticated.

Horse domestication was an important event that revolutionized travel and warfare. Horses can be carried.