I think I have a pretty good idea of what my horses would say.
Storm (3yr old)
Catching: "Oh is that mom I hear? Where is she? Oh there she is...I'm coming mom! Oh you want me to come faster? But that's so much work, I'm just going to walk."
Putting the halter on: "Oh I know what to do hehe" Puts his head in the halter for me. "Now quick do it up so we can leave. I don't want to be at the gate when the other horses come. Can we please go inside now?"
Get into the barn: "Ohh there's my stall. Let me go, no I don't want to wait for you to take the halter off but I will if you make me." Once I get his halter off (I take it off in the hall of the barn so he can walk into his stall) "Oh great, here I go. Hope you put some grain in my bucket for me. Oh you did, I'm so happy"
Tacking up and brushing: "Can you brush a little harder? That feels SOOOO good. Oh you want my feet, here you go, and here's the next one. I think I'm going to fall asleep while you put the saddle on a fidle with it all."
On the trails: "So where are we going today mom? Anywhere new? Oh we went this way last time, can't we go somewhere new? I better lope slow when you ask, who knows when we will be home. Oh this is so fun
" He loves going on trails, I'm so lucky!!
When someone else rides him: "Mom are you sure they can ride? They don't feel to balanced. Oh she's asking for a trot." Trots a few steps and walks again. "She doesn't know what she is doing mom, she might fall off so I'm going to just walk. I think I'm done now, here I come mom, they can't stop me
." The hardest part for other people is keeping him on the rail, he just wants to chill with me in the middle.