Tag along with my friends and help them when they need it.
Rigorously exercise for hours to keep in tip-top shape.
Jump and run, but only with good motivation or some cookies.
Show off my gymnastics skills or dance moves and learn complicated new routines.
Listen to music, hang out with friends, or go on a hike or bike!
Working hard and leg-yielding my way to success!
Sitting back and taking selfies!
Begging for treats after (some) work and lots of improvement!
Spending hours of conducting my own courses and trying them out, raising the bar as I go.
Galloping through fields and returning home to the sunset in a comfy saddle.
Small fences and cavaletti, and improving my transitions.
Sitting up straight and getting those perfect circles while memorizing my routine.
Barrel racing or cutting all day, every day!
Trotting and balance activities, while maybe going over cavaletti and playing horseback games!
Zipping around corners and looking to the high fences ahead of me while keeping my pace quick.
Lazy? More like productive! I polish saddles until they are show-ready.
Go on a trail ride.
Paint your pony!
Lunge for a while, clip my horse's coat, and go in to some carrots and cocoa.
There is always a job to be done. I am cleaning tack, taking pictures of my horse, and juggling between riding and mucking.
A fast, muscular, tall one perfect for shows.
A quick but trusty one who is sensitive to my command.
A cute, fun one who is good for all-around riding, whether it be small jumps, barrel races, or polo.
A fancy, hot-tempered one, who has enough energy for hours of riding.
A spunky and elegant one who needs some encouragement but will follow you into the show arena.
"Just do it."
"Slow and steady wins the race."
"I'm not short, I'm fun-sized!"
"Try and make me."
"You never know until you try."
Oh, fences? I prefer to stay on the ground; those get way too big. Plus, I already love the flatwork that I do.
Jumps?! I think I'm good with little cavaletti and gymkhana games.
Sure! I'm up for it anytime. I like the good-sized ones.
Pshhh. Those are nothing compared to what I do (or hope to do).
Nah. I like group games!