And They're Off!These brain teasers rely on your ability to recognize groups of common attributes. For each of these puzzles you'll need to figure out why the words or letters are grouped as they are. Sometimes you will be asked to pick the odd-one-out or to place a new word into the correct group.
Below are groups: Group A and Group B. Two members from Group A have been incorrectly placed into Group B, and vice versa.
Your task is to replace these members into the appropriate group. Good luck!
Old Henry Clay
AnswerArcher and Gunsynd need to be moved from Group B to Group A.
Group A are famous Australian racehorses.
Archer: This horse has the distinction of being the winner of the first Melbourne Cup in 1861, and he is one of only four horses to win two Cups when he won the 1862 Melbourne Cup.
Gunsynd: Best known as "The Goondiwindi Grey" was one of the most popular horses to ever race in Australia. He will always be remembered for his farewell to racegoers at Randwick, Sydney when he walked onto the track, turned and seemed to bow to the crowd in a final salute.
Traveller and Comanche need to be moved from Group A to Group B.
Group B are well-known American horses.
Traveller: Famous as General Robert E. Lee's horse, who died in 1872, two years after Lee.
Comanche: Defeat rather than victory brought fame to Comanche. He was known as the sole survivor of General George Custer's command at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876.
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