A new comer assesses the situation and works out who the most approachable horse is, is it the little cheeky little herbert, the sheep that thinks he’s a horse, the little dark bay who seems to pull the toadiest of faces, the mini aged Thoroughbred who thinks he is an Arab Stallion (but who after a few hours got his comeuppance for showing off and being a smarty pants) , the mare in the distance or the big white one who seems to ooze ‘I’ll help you . . .
Which one of the above would you go for if you were a newcomer?
Perhaps a little lesson in this for all, is if a newcomer arrives in your Street, School, University or at your place of work, give them some understanding, don’t make them feel threatened or unwanted . . . they are there by choice, or because of circumstances, just like each and every one of us . . . On behalf of all who feel intimidated in a new environment . . . . thank you.
Well done Lauder Lass, we are so proud of you for all the humans and animals you have helped to make feel more confident.