Todd: Hello, Daniela, how are you tonight?
Daniella: Hi, Todd. I'm fine, thanks.
Todd: Now, you were showing me a picture of a horse.
Todd: And you were saying that female horses and male horses are different.
Daniella: They behave different to me, so maybe it's just my imagination, or not but female horses, mares, are kind of cold and aggressive towards me cause I'm a female and I kind of compete over the male coaches' affection, that was my conclusion because male horses are so nice to me.
Todd: So you saying the horse can tell if it's a man or woman rider.
Daniella: Exactly, my horse can do that. She's more affectionate towards men.
Daniella: Yeah, and she's a female.
Todd: So if I want to go horse riding for the first time and I'm on my own.
Daniella: You don't have to worry because the coach will make sure the horse will behave and it will fear the coach, at least, and it won't do anything wrong to you, but if you want to make friends with the horse you'll probably have to work out more with a male horse.
Daniella: Yeah, for me it's very difficult to become friendly with a female horse. Maybe it's just my impression. Maybe it's not true but that's my conclusion so far.
Todd: Well, that's good to know. Thanks.