Are You And Your Horse A Good Match? Quiz

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Are You And Your Horse A Good Match? Quiz - Quiz

Do you love horses? If you like them and have one, this quiz is perfect for you. Take this quiz to find out whether your horse is a good match for you or not. The quiz is all about your likings and dislikes about your horse. You need to pick a suitable option so that we can evaluate the result well for you. Although the results are not scientific, they will be evaluated as per the choices you make during the quiz.

By answering a series of thoughtfully crafted questions, you'll gain insights into how well you understand each other's Read moreneeds, communicate, and work together as a team. It's not just about the rides; it's about the bond that forms from mutual respect and love. So, are you and your horse in perfect harmony, or are there areas where you can grow closer? Take the quiz to find out and strengthen your special bond!


Are You And Your Horse A Good Match? Questions and Answers

  • 1. 

    When you go out to the paddock to catch your horse, how does he/she react? (you have nothing but a halter)

    • A.

      He/She nickers and comes up.

    • B.

      Stands and watches as you come over and catch him/her

    • C.

      Walks away and avoids you for a bit but then allows you to catch him/her

    • D.

      Runs away and can be difficult to catch at times

  • 2. 

    At feed time, how does your horse react toward you?

    • A.

      As you fill his/her bin, they try to shove their head in and push in.

    • B.

      He/she waits until you give the all go, then tucks into the tucker.

    • C.

      The horse waits till you have put the feed in, then begins to eat once you step away.

    • D.

      The horse waits a bit impatiently with ears back but waits until you have stepped away.

  • 3. 

    While doing some basic groundwork, choose the answer that best explains how you work together.

    • A.

      I sometimes need a long whip to encourage my horse to move and listen to commands.

    • B.

      My horse often tries to ignore me or pays attention to other things rather than me; it can sometimes take a bit of time to get on the same page.

    • C.

      My horse listens to my voice commands and is willing to work with me.

    • D.

      My horse listen and responds rather well but sometimes needs encouragement.

  • 4. 

    How would you feel and react in the following situation? You are walking your horse, and a bird flies out in front of your horse; he/she spooks.

    • A.

      My horse jumps toward me, and I feel uncomfortable and yell and wave my arms, "Get Off Me, You Silly Thing! it was just a bird!"

    • B.

      Your horse jumps back or away from you but is rather startled; you feel a bit uncomfortable but are pleased he respected your space, and you say, "You silly boy/girl, it was just a bird," and continue.

    • C.

      Your horse jumps toward you in fright, and you feel a bit startled yourself, but stay confident and place your hand gently on him/her and let him/her know its ok in a gentle, relaxed voice and continue walking

    • D.

      Your horse jumps back or away from you, and you stay calm, relaxed and continue walking and speak in a calm, relaxed manner

  • 5. 

    You are out riding when you see a truck heading your way (or something your horse is afraid of coming your way). What would you do?

    • A.

      Stay calm and relaxed, wait for it to pass, making sure you are prepared if your horse does shy or gets frightened.

    • B.

      Hold on really tight so you don't fall off in case he/she gets a fright. Or ride as far away as you can!

    • C.

      Get off and hold your horse while it passes.

    • D.

      Get off and get as far away as possible; I don't want to fall off or get stepped on.

  • 6. 

    You are trying to teach your horse something new, but he just can't seem to grasp what you are asking!  

    • A.

      Maybe I'm not asking correctly. I will seek some advice.

    • B.

      Keep working with him/her each day until you finally find the buttons!

    • C.

      Give up and try to teach him/her something else.

    • D.

      He/she will get it eventually! He/she always does in the end!

  • 7. 

    You placed last in the event, where you rode better than the other competitors. How do you feel and/or react?

    • A.

      That's ok, buddy. We will do better next time. "Keep Smiling."

    • B.

      Why didn't I place? I did better than some of the other riders. My horse must not be a bit off today.

    • C.

      My horse must be a bit off today. I won't bother riding in the other events; I'm happy to watch.

    • D.

      Oh well, I had fun, and we worked well together; that's all that matters :)

  • 8. 

    Are you and your horse "like owner like horse" meaning if you pictured your horse as a human, would he/she have a similar personality?

    • A.

      No, we would be very different.

    • B.

      Yes! I think we would act in a similar manner.

    • C.

      Yes and no, we would be similar but have our own special personalities :)

    • D.

      Maybe, I couldn't really tell.

  • 9. 

    Why do you want or own a horse?

    • A.

      Coz I love them, and my friends love them

    • B.

      For competition, and I love riding

    • C.

      Coz I love the rewards of caring for and training

    • D.

      The moment when you achieve something, and that special moment I have with my horse

  • 10. 

    How would you rate your experience with your horse?

    • A.

      I have a lot to learn, but I'm eager to learn!

    • B.

      I have decent knowledge and tend to help others out, but still learning at the same time.

    • C.

      I know plenty and have grown up with horses, so there is no need to worry!

    • D.

      I have learned everything I can and don't really need someone telling me how to ride, care for and treat my horse.

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