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Blues are deep-thinkers that are often process-driven, punctual perfectionists. These kiddos make great leaders as they can empathize with others and "feel" deeply.  They can often come off as being a little melancholy, but it may be because they are out of their routine or not living up to their own very high standards.

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Your greens are the kids in the barn or at the rodeo that get along with everyone!  They are peaceful and easy-going and despise confrontation or conflict.  They are the ones who will often be the most obedient and respective of authority.  They are full of empathy and a great friend!  If your child is this personality type, you always feel comfortable leaving them at a lesson, know they will have great manners at friends houses and want to do exactly as they are told in regards to their horse.

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First, if you haven't taken the quiz make sure to do so here! Mister and Miss SUNSHINE!Your yellow cowboy or cowgirl can charm their way into getting anything and who desire your attention, affection, approval and appreciation above all!  It can be exhausting haha!  They talk non-stop during the lesson or to friends in the arena, will do anything to get the attention and the world revolves around them!  These are the FUN kids to be around and are almost always the life of the party! If you're on the way to a rodeo or play day, forget quiet time...

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The reds are a perfect match for horses.  Horses need a controlled rider and the reds give them that.  They are the hardest workers and their horse will benefit greatly from their loyalty and dedication.

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Do you ever wonder why some kids have less conflict with their horse?  Why your son can listen to your instruction or that of others and your daughter struggles to take advice?  This is a five part series where we introduce the "4 Colors of Personality" by Karen Stubbs and then follow up by writing about how to approach each personality with their horse (who knows, you may find it applies to parenting in general).

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