Strange Horse Advice from Total Strangers
Have you ever been approached and given totally unsolicited "horse advice" by someone you've never really met before, who knows nothing about you or your horses, and whose advice is based on something that's pretty "out there?"
My boyfriend's brother and SIL were camping with their horses not long ago, and ended up riding with another couple. The woman claimed to be some sort of accomplished trainer, and after the ride she told them that they should get rid of their horses because their "hair whorls" indicated that they weren't any good.
Just like that.
Of course, the brother and SIL are sensible enough not to take this kind of thing seriously. . .we actually found it a little amusing (and bizarre) that a total stranger would tell them to get rid of their horse based on its hair whorls.
What's the strangest "advice" you've been given about your horses, from a total stranger?