When you spend so much time in a barn, things can get… confusing. Carrot Top helps us sort ourselves out.
From Carrot Top:
1. How many legs do you have?
2. Complete this sentence: Plastic bags are…
a) Demons from hell
b) Environmentally unfriendly
c) Inconsequential unless carrying tins of Chow
3. How do you greet your friends?
a) We sniff noses
b) With a hug, kiss or slap on the back
c) We sniff bums
4. What colours can you see?
a) Blue, yellow, green, and some red
b) Red, yellow, orange, green, blue, indigo, and violet
c) Yellow and blue
5. Which do you prefer?
b) Chocolate ice-cream
c) Raw meat
6. Do you have opposable thumbs?
a) What are thumbs?
c) No, but I’d like some *sigh*
7. How keen is your sense of smell?
a) I can smell those carrots in your pocket as you’re walking up to my field
b) I can smell my morning coffee from the next room
c) I can smell a bone that is buried in a backyard three houses away
Add up your scores…
MOSTLY A’S: Congratulations! You’re a horse. This entitles you to automatic affection from the Horse Nation community.
MOSTLY B’S: Congratulations! You’re a human. You can benefit from things like library cards and the ability to understand puns.
MOSTLY C’S: Congratulations! You’re a dog. Good boy!
Go Dogs, and Go Riding!
Carrot Top is a photo shy Australian who likes horses, riding of all disciplines, and colourful mis-matched socks. She and her mother each own 1 1/2 horses (one cheeky young gelding, one wise older mare and another mare who frequently disproves the “crazy chestnut mare”stereotype). She was a horse-less horse-mad girl all through childhood, got her first horse at age 21 and has been making up for lost time ever since.