My first horse was terrified of Llamas. My dad's horse could frankly have cared less, but my horse had a cow every time we had to trail ride by a llama, or a peacock. Made for some interesting trail rides. He was fine with everything else, didn't spook easily, but of course llama's eat horses doncha know. My Thoroughbred loved the bucking bulls, and the calves, but get her around the roping steers, and she about had a cow with the horn covers. Apparently horns aren't supposed to look that weird, yet the bucking bulls were just fine. It was honestly slightly embarrassing to be at the rodeo grounds, working my horse, getting her used to the sights and smells, have her walk up to the bucking bulls and say hi, but then snort and flag her tail, and spin in circles when confronted with the roping steers. I swear all the cowhands were sitting on their horses laughing at me and my "crazy" Thoroughbred. At least I could confidently say she would never make a good rope horse lol. Its amazing the things they decide are horse killers. I got my Arabian out for the first time in 2 weeks since the rain has finally stopped, and she freaked out over a pile of perfectly good hay in the middle of the walkway. Snorting, tail flagging, bug eyes, all over a stupid pile of hay, and apparently she's done the same thing in the pasture at feeding time, she'll snort at a pile of hay until one of the other horses goes to eat from the pile. I'm mildly embarrassed to say that she's mine lol.