The leap from dog or cat owner to having a fully-grown horse can be quite a big one. There is definitely an adjustment period, and it’s important to ask yourself “am I a good horse owner? ” to make sure you’re taking the best care of your four-legged friend possible.
Questions and Answers
HOW OFTEN DO YOU GO TO THE YARD TO SEE YOUR HORSE/PONY
3-6 DAYS A WEEK
1-2 DAYS A WEEK
IF YOU GO TO A HORSE SHOP DO YOU EVER BRING TREATS BACK FOR YOUR PONY
ALL THE TIME
IF YOU GO TO THE YARD TO RIDE YOUR PONY WHAT DO YOU DO
GIVE HIM A CUDDLE THEN GROOM HIM THEN TACK HIM UP
GIVE HIM A QUICK STROKE THEN TACK HIM UP
JUST TACK HIM UP WITHOUT SAYING HELLO
WHEN YOU RIDE YOUR PONY WHAT DO YOU DO
RIDE HIM PRACTICALLY FOREVER!!!! OR UNTIL YOU GET TOLD TO HOP OFF!
RIDE HIM FOR ABOUT 20 MINS HALF AN HOUR
ABOUT 10 MINS YOU REALLY CANT BE BOTHERED HE NOT DOING ANYTHING FOR YOU TODAY
ARE YOU ALWAYS GOING ON AND ON ABOUT YOUR PONY AT SCHOOL TO THE POINT WHERE YOUVE DRIVEN YOUR MATES AROUND THE BEND
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