What Breed of Horse Are You? (2)

What Breed of Horse Are You? (2)

Find out what breed of horse you would be, if you were one. Need more words.

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Something startles you. What do you do?

Something startles you. What do you do?
Glare at it. If it's dangerous, trot off.
Dash off! It could be a pack of wolves!
Leap sideways. That really startled you!
Give it a calm look. You don't scare easy, and anyway there's not much danger around these parts.

Would you make a good lesson horse? If so, for adults or kids?

Would you make a good lesson horse? If so, for adults or kids?
You guess so. Either adults or kids, as long as they don't mind being nipped when they annoy you.
NO. You're to skittesh to be ridden by an experienced rider, much less a beginner!
Not really. For adults, perhaps, in your old age. Younger and you'd be too fiesty.
Of course! You're calm and gentle, and you love kids! But you might be too tall for young ones . . .

Whould you like to live wild?

Whould you like to live wild?
Sure, but you'd grumble at everything.
You already are wild!
No, not really. You were born and raised to be with humans.
Of course not! Your instincts are fine for living among humans, but not in the WILD.

A new horse has joined your paddock and is challenging your leadership! What do you do?

A new horse has joined your paddock and is challenging your leadership! What do you do?
Let it take over. You nip at humans and occasionally other horses, but you don't really want to fight for a head
role.
You're not in a paddock, you're in the wild . . . but yeah, it can't take your herd! Fight!
Battle it out! The role of leader isn't important, but your competitive spirit won't rest till you deal with the
newcomer.
You were never in leadership in the first place. You're fine with letting others do the hard work of leading.

You've been entered in a show. What type would it be?

You've been entered in a show. What type would it be?
A low-level riding show. Your ground skills suck, and you're not so good that you can do higher-level riding.
Uh . . . show? What SHOW? You're wild!
A race. You're fast and competitive; you're sure to do well in this.
A pulling show, where you see how much weight you can drag. Or perhaps a ground skills show. You're docile
enough.

The barn cat has snuck into your stall and is sleeping on your hay! That's your dinner; what do you do?

The barn cat has snuck into your stall and is sleeping on your hay! That's your dinner; what do you do?
Scare the cat away, but don't harm it.
Okay, look: You're WILD! And there IS NO BARN CAT in the wild.
Pull hay out from under it. You're hungry and you need your energy. The cat can deal with it.
Let it sleep. You're fine waiting; no prob, cat.

What sort of friend are you?

What sort of friend are you?
You don't make friends easy, but once your friends figure you out all's good.
Having a band of extremely loyal friends is crucial in the wild.
You're a good friend, but there are some horses you just don't like.
You may have a couple close friends, but you're kind and understanding with everyone.

What would the horse of your dreams be like?

What would the horse of your dreams be like?
S/he would be able to handle your prickliness.
S/he'd be wild and free, and wouldn't want to be bound to anything if s/he mated you.
S/he'd be fast and fierce. Just like you!
You're not sure. You can handle a bunch of different personalities. You guess it just depends.

Who's your favorite human?

Who's your favorite human?
Your owner. S/he's really nice and doesn't mind to much when you nip him/her.
HA! Human? You don't like ANY humans!
Your jockey. S/he's smart and knows you like the back of his/her hand. You are ridden by him/her every day.
You try not to play favorites, though there ARE a couple annoying humans.

If you were sold, how would you react?

If you were sold, how would you react?
Bite the new owners! How dare they take you?! (Though later, you may warm up to them a bit . . .)
SOLD? Out of the WILD? Into SLAVERY? NO . . . !
Please no . . . Your jockey . . . and trainer . . . and owner . . . HOW DARE THEY?
It's the way of life. You should just go with the flow. Nothing can be done about it.