This is a bit of a tricky question for me to answer.
The shortest version is ‘hanging out’…but that doesn’t paint a very clear picture for you.
It does, however, illustrate the point that although I make my career in horses, compete with horses and professionally train horses…
…my favorite part is still simply being with them.
To get even more specific I’ve narrowed it down to two examples.
I really enjoy going for a trail ride bareback.
It reminds me of growing up, of riding my pony and then my first horse…and everything that was magical about my childhood.
Plus it reminds me of The Black Stallion books:)
But I also really like listening to horse chew hay or grass.
I find it strangely satisfying.
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