And then tailoring your care and training program to that animal’s needs as opposed to what we wanna make ’em do. So instead of trying to get the horse to go into the barn, instead of trying to make the horse go in the barn, we wanted the horse to wanna go in the barn and beat us there when we told them it’s time to go in the barn. The training was based on the fact that we wanted to earn the animal’s respect and trust, and then we want to be able to take that and train them in a way, and use their behaviors in a way that we use that natural behavior and make them want to do what we want them to do, as opposed to forcing them to do anything. And particularly elephants, it’s hard to force an elephant to do anything despite what the animal rights people would like to say. So the Natural Horsemanship program did that. It helped the keepers learn how to not only read the horses, but read human nature as well. So there was a two part starter to it where we talked about horse behavior, and we talked about human behavior, and then we talked about how to put the two together. And so we used horses in the training program.