On Saturday a very popular animal communicator came out to my town and she stopped by my bosses house at the end of the day. I brought my horse over there and she read two of my boss's horses and then mine.
She mostly stuck to the horse's personality and told us things (their favorite color, how good/bad their eye sight is, things that we could never actually know for sure) that were a waste of time to me but completely interesting to my boss.
I went in with a plan to test her abilities. I asked what Dozer thought happened to his horse friend (my pony who passed away in June) and she asked if the pony was old. I let it slip that he had passed away a while ago but we assumed he was in his mid 20s. She then 'painted a picture' of my pony walking unsteadily and then falling over and dying. She asked if I found the pony on the ground. Nope. He didn't die at home.
I honestly feel like she just takes a best guess at things and hopes for the best. She guessed wrong on multiple things when it came to my horse. She didn't get his friendships(which horse he likes/ which horse he fights with) right nor did she get the timeline of his bad behavior right.
She actually contracdicted herself. At the beginning she wanted ages and the amount of years I'd owned my horse because "they don't talk in terms of years and months" and then she goes on to tell me that he hasn't felt comfortable on a trail ride since mid-November. Don't worry, I corrected her on the fact that he had been acting up since mid-June.
Overall, if you want to hear whether or not your horse is a princess or a jeans and a t-shirt type girl who was once a horse that rode in the pony express, I wouldn't really bother with a 'communicator'. And believe me, I checked this lady out before paying the $40. Her testimonials sounded awesome and made her look really amazing when in reality she was nothing more than a slightly okay people reader.