Kaja got Wallflower.
"Wrap these sweet, kind, gentle horses up and keep them safe. They are not very brave and tend to internalize their worries. They want to please and will try very hard for you, but they can be pushed too fast very easily. They make few demands of you and are quite content to perform the same tasks repeatedly as long as you are pleased with them and the jobs are not to strenuous. Quiet enough for the beginner once they understand what is expected of them."
Abby originally got People Pleaser, which was totally off, so I redid it and she got The Wild Card, which was much better.
"Strong minded but insecure, this personality needs an equally strong rider to help them feel safe. Be loving and affectionate, but donít give up your leadership. Once you have them on your page, they are very friendly and have a strong desire to please. They can be highly competitive and will give you their all. Not a horse for a junior or amateur until much later in life."
Kaja's like a large dog who is just as happy to hang out with me and cuddle as grazing with other horses. Abby's just a stubborn, independent B most of the time.