"Its hard not to giggle, its hard not to laugh, when you find a horse in your bubble bath!"
Years and years of training into that horse. Very cool.I wish I had that kind of time to spend with one horse. With the limited time I have for each horse, I still find the experience joyous and healing.
It's doesn't surprise me at all that a horse has accomplished those things. If you have a chance, read Alex & Me -- it's pretty short -- about the African grey parrot that Dr. Irene Pepperberg taught to speak, count, identify shapes and colors, etc. Every time they discover something new that animals can do, or a new animal that can achieve the (until now) unimaginable, the scientific community responds with shock and awe and not a little doubt, but those of us who work closely with animals shouldn't be surprised. They ARE smart, and they can do practically anything when given a chance.
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