Translation:Do you need a horse?
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There are some notable exceptions, e.g., marznąć (=freeze) and mierzić (=disgust) are pronounced as r-z and so are some words composed of prefixes ending in an r: cyber-, hiper-, super-) and roots starting with a z, e.g. superzabawa and hiperzespolony.
Finally there are some foreign origin words, like erzac (=erzatz) or Tarzan, which are pronounced with the r and z separated as well.
Yes, "potrzebować" is among those exceptions that take Genitive, so "konia" is Genitive here.
Using Accusative even with such verbs is a very common mistakes among the native speakers. But well, a course teaching the language cannot knowingly accept what is still considered a mistake.