I always attend the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show at Westworld in February. This year, I asked the Arabian horse owners questions about Zum. The first question I asked is: ‘When can I ride Zum on the trail?’ They told me that Arabian horses develop slower than other horses. Arabian colts are not fully grown until they are four years old. They recommended that I do lots of training with Zum but wait until he is four years old before riding him out on trails. I also asked: ‘Why is Zum eating Kamar’s tail?’ They said a colt often eats his mother’s tail. So I guess when Kamar lets Zum eat his tail, Kamar is saying that he has decided to be Zum’s surrogate mother! They suggested that I put hot sauce on Kamar’s tail to prevent Zum from eating the tail. Later, I tried this out and it definitely works!