I think I understand now, but correct me if I'm wrong:
So if someone asked something like "do you like your horse or their horse better?" one would use "vår hest", emphasizing that we like OUR horse, specifically?
And inversely, "hesten vår" if someone asked "do you like your horse?" and responding as a general "yes, we like our horse".
Or am I just overthinking it, as usual? :P
I have a question not super related to this problem but the previous one about my. I answered like three problems already, with three different ways to say my I think or maybe I got confused with mine as well but it looks like you can say me, mitt, and mine in Norwegian but what are the differences? Thank you