1. What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old 2. What is your gender? Male Female 3. Your horse needs a new outdoor rug for the approaching winter, but the store doesn't have the right colour rug. There is one, however, that would otherwise do. Would you: Rant and rave until your dad drives you to another equestrian store, so you can find the perfect rug for your horse. If the next shop doesn't have the rug, then try the next, and the next etc. Ask the shop when they are getting their next load of stock in and order the perfect rug. Take what is there despite the colour problems. Say "Stuff that, if it ain't the right colour then it ain't worth it" and flounce out of the shop in a huf. 4. Your horse falls slightly lame the week before a huge show which you have been looking forward to for ages. Would you: Continue to ride your horse as normal, hoping it will go away. Give your horse two days off and then start riding as normal again. Give your horse very light work until the show and see how it looks the night before before you make a final decision. Get a professional opinion as to what to do and go by what is recommended. 5. You take your horse to a show but he panicks at the third fence and you get eliminated. Would you: Find out why it happened then solve the problem, taking as much time as it takes. Whip the horse until he leaps the jump out of sheer fear. Soothe your horse and encourage him to jump and just write it off as a bad day. Get off, leave your horse standing in the middle of the ring, and demand a new one that will jump better. 6. You are going to a really great party, but you have to tend to your horse before you an go. You are running out of time to change though. Would you: Rush your duties, doing them badly, but get to the party on time. Shout at the groom for not being there to do it for you, and sack him on the spot. Forget your horse completely for the time being and do him when you return, several hours later. Take as long as it takes to look after your pony and arrive at the party wearing your wellies and with hay in your hair. 7. Your new pony is taking a while to adjust to you and his new home. He is difficult in the stable and refuses to be caught. Would you: Spend extra time with him to help create a bond and give up all other activities until you knew eachother inside out. Buy a new on who is more friendly. Just persevere until he grows more warm toward you. Get the groom to work with him and decide just to use him for riding. 8. Which pony would you pick out of the following? Amazing to ride and a total winning machine but a real pain to handle. Cute in the stable and nice to ride. Super affectionate at all times but a complicated ride. Who cares? Any pony is great! 9. Which pony would you pick out of the following? Amazing to ride and a total winning machine but a real pain to handle. Cute in the stable and nice to ride. Super affectionate at all times but a complicated ride. Who cares? Any pony is great! 10. It is suggested that you give up horse riding in exchange for ballet. Would you: Kill yourself. Kill the idiot who suggested it. Sell your pony without a second thought and look at ultra expensive tutus online. Ask why it was suggested and consider it. 11. Your horse falls sick. Would you: Pay your groom extra to stay out with him in the stables all night. Take a sleeping bag and a flask of hot chocolate out to spend the night with him, no matter what the temperature. Leave your pony all night, hoping nothing will go wrong. Do stable watching shifts with one of your parents. 12. Would you swap your pony for a moped? Yes No Maybe, depending on the moped and pony.