My daughter is learning to potty train and we were in the bathroom when she would not sit on her potty she instead stares at the vent and keeps saying nay horsey nah and I asked her to tell the horsey to go away and she says horsey nice and this continues for 10 min and I noticed while giving her a bath a scratch on her wrist and I asked her what happened and she went back to talking a about the horsey and pointing at her wrist
You can verbally guide your child to communicate with the horse. I had an adult friend with a horse attached to him that he didn't even know was attached. I told him that he wasn't going to leave him until he spoke his peace. The horse wanted to know he was angry that this man held a grudge against him. The man was not interested in having a horse but since his wife was, he got one. One day some dogs aggravated the horse, who ended up making the man fall off. The man was angry with the horse from then on, including having to take care of it never having wanting one in the first place. The horse thought it was unfair that the grudge was against him when it should have been against the dogs! It was an accident that wasn't the horse's fault. My friend realized that is exactly what happened and apologized. The horse then left. I believe the horse in your case may need to get a message across and is stuck there. Try to create a script to use next bathtime for you to guide your child with asking how you can help the horse.