First, the horse. According to the Times Union's Bryan Fitzgerald, Wozniak is a self-proclaimed animal lover who, "often speaks to animals and is moved to tears when he watches films in which they suffer." He had heard about the plight of the aforementioned horse via a massive email message sent from Peaceful Acres Horses, which said that the horse would have been killed if enough money wasn't raised to support it. Wozniak made the donation, and the rescue farm decided to both name it after him in tribute and invite him to take a tour of the facility.
"The man associated more with machines than animals cooed and whispered to his namesake horse for a few minutes when they met," Fitzgerald wrote
Afterwards, Wozniak's talked a bit about Apple's Siri program, and he shared some criticism he holds for the iPhone's (and now, iPad's) virtual assistant.
"A lot of people say Siri. I say poo-poo," said Wozniak, when asked to address criticisms that Apple's recent Worldwide Developers Conference didn't seem very exciting this year. "I was using it to make reservations long before Apple bought it." http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2405919,00.asp