How much do you love horses?

How much do you love horses?

If you''re taking this quiz, clearly you want to know how much you love horses! And if you're anything like me, you LOVE them.

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If you could ride as often as you want, how often would it be?

If you could ride as often as you want, how often would it be?
Every. Single. Day!
Every week.
Once in a while.
Never.

Are you willing to do the toughest barn chores to ride?

Are you willing to do the toughest barn chores to ride?
YES!
Sure. I guess.
Uh . . .
NO.

If someone asked you what a halter is, you would say . . .

If someone asked you what a halter is, you would say . . .
A halter is headgear for a horse. The strap that goes under the horse's throat is a throatlatch, and the part that .
. . (et cetera)
A halter goes on a horse's head. You hold a rope to lead the horse.
It's something . . . for a horse.
. . .

What are the differences between horses and ponies?

What are the differences between horses and ponies?
Horse are over 14.2 hh, while ponies are below. Ponies are also . . . (detailed essay)
Horses are bigger, and ponies are smaller.
Ponies are fat.
Ponies are baby horses.

If a horse got out of its stall/pasture, you would . . .

If a horse got out of its stall/pasture, you would . . .
Close gates and trap it in as small an area as possible. Run and get a halter and feed in a bucket, then carefully
approach it, but let it come to me and eat the feed of its own accord. Then halter it.
Close some gates, then run and get someone more experienced.
Stand awkwardly out of the way.
RUN! ITS GOING TO KILL ME!!!

If it was storming and your horses were out in the pasture, you would . . .

If it was storming and your horses were out in the pasture, you would . . .
Sprint out, bring them in, then dry them all off carefully and check for injuries caused by falling branches.
Put on a raincoat and rain boots, then hurry out and bring them in. And sure, you'd dry them. Ish.
Tell someone else horsier than me. THEY can go get those horses.
Who cares. They'll be fine. And I'm nice and dry.

Horse are, in your opinion . . .

Horse are, in your opinion . . .
Majestic, beautiful, adorable (for ponies), unique, awesome, swift, et cetera.
Pretty or cute. Lovable.
Uh, nice.
Horrible and terrifying.

After riding, you're exhausted. What do you do?

After riding, you're exhausted. What do you do?
Ignore my tiredness and make sure the horse is comfortable and the tack put away properly. Wash the horse.
Take off the tack, put the horse in the stall.
Take a break, then deal with the horse.
Someone else can take care of the horse. I will go take a shower and a nap.

Your end goal for horse riding is . . .

Your end goal for horse riding is . . .
Ride forever and ever, in shows, and become the best rider I can. And own many horses.
Ride while I'm young and it's fun. When I'm old I'll stop. And I might do a few shows.
Ride every once in a while. Nothing special, like owning or leasing a horse.
Never, ever ride.

In your free time at the barn, you . . .

In your free time at the barn, you . . .
Do extra chores. That will be nice for the horses.
Maybe do some easy chores.
Talk with your friends in the tack room.
Uh . . . Can I just leave?