A lot of people (maybe you?) find my blog because they’re looking for answers.
Based on the 7,242 views of my post How to space your cavaletti, people are hungering for an answer to the question of how best to use those training aids (and I’m delighted to help).
And based on the meager 20 views of my post on fence testers, people either know all about them or don’t want to know about them and don’t care if their horses walk down the street (remember to check your fences).
The “stats” page for my blog, which I glance at when I have the time and inclination, also tells me the search engine terms that lead readers to my site. These search terms are usually what I expect (and often include the word “cavaletti”) but every once in a while, there’s a phrase — or a question — that’s totally unexpected.
Like this one:
why do horses poop in there stals in the winter
Of course, I could ask, why would my horse leave me a poop that looks just like a heart?