Even though moose can be domesticated, they're unlikely to be the next horse. For one, the large mammals don't take to being ridden (that famous photograph of Theodore Roosevelt riding a moose is a fake).
However that may be, what is bigger an elk or a horse?
elk (5 foot tall) compares in size to a horse. The average, healthy, mature bull has six tines on each antler, and is known in some parts of the US as a “ six point ” or “ six by six. ”
Besides, how much weight can an elk carry? Older animals are larger so they will provide you more meat. For example, a 3 ½ year old bull elk can give you around 200 lbs and a 10 ½ year old bull about 270 lbs of boneless lean meat.
Wherefore, can you ride a bear?
Bears may be somewhat trainable but they are never fully tame. ... A bears behavior is driven primarily by instinct. Their primary instinct is survival and more often than not humans get in the way. We can admire them and we must respect them but above all do not think you can ride them.
Who would win moose or bear?
Moose, on the other hand, are insanely lean animals, so more of their weight is either antler or muscle, making their weight go much... much farther in a fight than a bears. In any case, the Bull Moose wins the fight against the grizzly handedly. 1700lbs of pure muscle and sharp antler is > 800lbs of fat and claws.