I brought horses from my farm, the trainer brought horses from his farm, and then we put people in a barn. So in the morning they would have classroom classes, and then the afternoon they would go to a barn close by, and they would end up in a stall with a halter, and a lead rope, and a horse on the end of it. Now, a lot of these people had no horse experience, none whatsoever of our elephant staff at the time. We had one person that had a horse, otherwise they had no horse experience. And yet we would put them on the end of the line and they would have to make these horses do things. We would teach them how to teach the animals and to get them to do things, simple tasks in the arena. Walk over a tarp, jump a jump, stand on a pedestal, things like that. And so through that process, we were able to increase and build their leadership skills.