Do the four-legged funk.
Do you dig jazz? Perhaps you’re a pop princess?
Either way, you can now share your love of music with your equestrian friend, by investing in a pair of special horse headphones.
HorseCom earphones have been created by scientists to help soothe animals who are easily spooked.
The ear pieces are fitted into a smart little horse hat, which can be controlled by smartphone. Not only is it hoped that the horses will be calmed by your tunes, but that it can help them retain greater focus.
You can even whisper sweet nothings into your steed’s ear through a connected device in your own hemet.
British showjumper Yazmin Pinchen said her horse Vinny is “more settled” after chilling out to songs by Kodaline and Coldplay.
“You want something that’s quite relaxing and soothing.”
Apparently Chris Martin’s “Up&Up” makes for a great gallop, while “Fix You” is perfect for winding down.
If you want to join the trend, you can now order yourself a HorseCom online for £799.
(You may need to save up for a horse first).
Kitty Knowles is a Senior Features Writer at The Memo. Kitty previously worked as an online journalist for GQ. She can be found tweeting @KittyGKnowles.