Lol, good one Spyder!
I once read, ages ago, about an old law in PA that states that if someone operating a motor vehicle happens upon horseback riders, the person with the motor vehicle has to stop their engine, disassemble their vehicle and hide the pieces behind the nearest bushes. When the horses have passed, they can rebuild and continue.
My arena is really close to the street, and I live on kinda a main drag. Small town, so everybody who knows me even from the supermarket honks on the way by, whether the horses are out or not. Fortunately, Scout doesn't care one bit. We have semi trucks that fly past (my kingdom for a radar gun. I know they have to be speeding by at least 20 MPH. Limit for our stretch is 55.) with the brake ******er on and make horrible noises. Actually, those scare me more than they scare Scout, lol. Needless to say, we don't ride down our road.
A stubborn horse walks behind you, an impatient one in front of you, but a noble companion walks beside you ~ Unknown