The activity consists on a presentation of the Miranda Foundation and a guided visit to see the horses in their pastures. There is also an ethological presentation (about the horses’ behaviour and life in their natural environment) and the opportunity to meet free roaming horses. We tell you about real horses (what they do and don’t like, what they do and don’t need, and their social relationships, friendships, systemic ordering, organisation and means of communication). Who is it aimed at? Anyone who wants to get to know horses in their own environment, based on respect and listening. This activity is open to families, people visiting on their own, children and adolescents of any age.