A lot of times, we try to emphasize the fact that horses are completely different from each other as there is a tendency from people who bound them to the fact that they are beautiful animals, however, horses are much more than that. Personality-wise, they are completely different from each other and you might be surprised how two different horses are nothing alike when it comes to the way they behave.
However, it stands true that a few things are common for all horses and one of them that is already mentioned previously is their unique beauty. From all the domesticated animals, in my opinion, horses are the most beautiful animals but even if we compared them to all animals in general, horses are indeed very competitive when it comes to beauty, they are really difficult to top, especially a few horse breeds that are out of the ordinary.
Another thing that horses have in common is the fact that they are the biggest food lovers. Whatever food you put in front of them, they will most likely be curious to try it. Let’s not talk about sweets as if they taste some delicious desserts or candies, then you will be in huge trouble as they will never get enough from it. The same thing with fruits as well.
I remember the cyclist who stopped and fed a horse with apples and at the moment that the horse ate all of them and wanted more, he got angry and kicked the cyclist’s bike with his back legs. In the video below, you will be able to see another food lover.
This beautiful white horse rears up with his front legs and then he uses his mouth to pluck the leaves of a tree and get fed with them. This is such a hilarious thing to see. When it comes to food, horses will always find creative ways to get it. No surprise that it is used as the biggest incentive to make horses active. Please have a look at the video below and let us know what you think about it.
Have you ever seen a horse do this?Please post where you're from so I can track how far this video has gone. Thank YouVideo by Fionnuala MurphyAdd us on Snapchat ???? –> www.snapchat.com/add/horses.mad
Posted by Horse Passion on Saturday, September 2, 2017