Mine would probably think it was really cool. Haha.
I wish i had a photo of the Christmas program we did with my mom's horse when i was in college: prob a 10-15ft tree (no joke!) with proportionate-sized gifts, candycane lane complete with snow, sleigh bells on the horse and about 150 elementary school kids! He loved every minute. He's perfect
"Radar, the man's ex-cavalry: if he sees four flies having a meeting, he knows they're talking about a horse!" Cptn. BJ Hunnicutt, M*A*S*H Season 4, Episode "Dear Mildred"
My Leo wouldn't give it a second thought and go on about his bidness. Now, my Sammy would prolly find a ladder to climb so's he could check out the decorations. I've found he is truly fearless in situ's other horses would stroke over.
would not even pay attention to that.... and on one of the FB pages I saw it posted, people are saying "a lawsuit waiting to happen". Only in the US would you think lawsuit before thinking that it is a great decoration idea. I am sure the trees are well secured! Sheesh people..
Sam would be fine. Fake trees suspended in mid-air? Totally uninteresting. The dirt is kicked up in a slightly different pile over by that jump standard? OMGSPOOKANDSPIN.
Sounds familiar. Yoko is of a similar school of thought. Oh, dog running out in front of a jump? Whatever, I'll just jump a stride early, fine. Neighbor shooting .50 during our entire lesson, other horses in a panic? Snoozefest. Hanging trees? Are they edible?
Hay field next to the ring recently baled? IT WILL KILL US!