Some people came to look at my horse today. She did pretty good considering. Until they brought out the measuring stick. Her eyes bugged out and she immediately started backing up. She's like they are NOT touching me with that thing. And the two cowboys sort of make a holding pen out of their bodies and that's when she really started freaking out and so I got off her, made the guys back up and started measuring her but then that other cowboy dude grabbed her reins and we were dancing again! And then it turns out I was off by like THREE INCHES. And after I appologize for my mistake, the younger cowboy dude goes, "It's okay, most people are off by a hand or so." Hands are term for measuring a horse's heigh. There are four inches in a hand. It's comforting to know I had avoided being most people BY AN INCH. And then she was good and picked up her feet and dropped her head on voice command and was quite and responsive when I rode her around for them and the young cowboy dude was like I like her alot and then they left and then mom's like "They looked scared of her!" Does anyone blame them? If you put my horse and me together, I guarantee you there is nothing in the world more dangerously frightening than that!