Oh my, where do I start!!!
Snickers is a goof. The goof of all goofs. He thinks of something new every time I see him, as it seems! So, here it goes.
* If you give a whip to him, he will probably take it between his teeth and chase you with it, waving it around like a maniac. He has been observed chasing and hitting other horses with a twig or a branch in the pastures.
* He knows how to let himself out of his stable, but it doesn't end with that. He is likely to let his buddies out (but only his buddies, never a horse with whom he's not in a close relationship!)
* If he happens to find a light switch, he will turn it on. And off. And on. He also knows how to turn on the radio.
* Raiding the trashcan? Oh boy, that's the most amazing thing to do!
* Water. He loves water. From grabbing the hose from your hands and aiming it right at you, splashing the water over everything in nearest vicinity, to submerging his head under the water in a pond, so that it almost reaches his eyes, and then blowing bubbles intensely, he LOVES it!
* Toppling objects over is a fun thing to do as well! You've got to be careful and never leave such things as saddles, bridles, helmets and such within his reach. The big ones will be thrown to the ground and pawed at, the small ones will be shaken and tossed, and generally will become wonderful toys. If left in the arena, he will take the poles carefully from the jumps and slowly disintegrate all the jumps he sees.
* Speaking about jumps, he may also decide just to jump them on his own.
* You are repairing something around the barn or the surroundings? Snickers to the rescue! He will be the first to hang around, but be careful - he's actually planning to steal your hammer. Or a bucket of nails. Or some electric tape. Anything at all!
* If left undisturbed, he will just play with the objects he finds. But, if somebody notices it and gets all fussy about the, let's say, jacket or a dressage letter that is getting chewed on? Snicks will surely grab what he can (in case of those dressage letters that meant being torn off the fence) and prance away, shaking the stolen goods playfully and not letting you get them.
* He has a strange affection towards cars. He mustn't be let too close to them as he likes chewing on any car he can get his teeth on. As a yearling, he once dismantled a tractor, screwing and twisting off everything that he could, that was left in the pastures while the driver repaired a fence.
* He doesn't mind cats. In fact, he doesn't mind any animals at all - he will always go and make friends with cows, sheep, dogs, goats, wild deer... I've seen him walking around the paddock with a barn cat sleeping on his back.
I got tired of writing now, but rest assured, there is more!