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  1. I wonder if it would be possible, and desirable, to have a visible indicator than animals are hitched to a wagon or cart? My idea would be that when you hitch a horse, bull, unicorn, hellhorse, or bison, a yoke would be applied to the animals model, making it seem slightly more like the animal is hitched to the vehicle rather than walking in front of it, unattached by any means other than strong strands of air. Even if the yoke is only attached to the animal and not to the actual cart or wagon, I feel like it will still help; but if its possible to actually make them part of the wagon model and scale the animal into it, that would be grand. They could be as elaborate, or as simple as whatever is desired, traditionally, equines get nicer yokes.... than bovines do.