Einstsein once said...
"Imagination is even more valuable than knowledge."
Try something imaginative with your horse... it doesn't matter what, it just matters that you are "thinking outside of the square." This is how you keep the fun factor high and prevent your sessions becoming like work for your horse. Obstacles, tasks and objects can be great tools to stimulate you into thinking up something different to do, using The Seven Games as the foundation.
HOW MUCH FUN ARE YOU FOR YOUR HORSE?
Some people can be very boring for their horse: longing in endless circles, riding around and around the same arena doing the same old thing, training the same way day-in day-out, it's no wonder that horses give trouble. It's not unlike what goes on in classrooms when children get bored!
The Question...If your horse is recreation for you, can you be recreation for your horse?