If a few years ago, someone would have told us that horses are great escapers we wouldn’t believe it. But now that we can share photos and videos of horses in different equestrian forums we are very used to seeing different videos of horses who are excellent escape artists. If you own a horse that has tried to escape several times then you should take it very seriously and think about why your horse wants so hard to escape.
Horses try to get out of their stalls for many reasons: they may be bored, very hungry, or they just are very lonely and want to go outside to find their friends. If you can figure out why your horse is trying to escape, you can make some modifications to help make your horse more happy and comfortable to stay inside.
Owning a horse that loves to escape is a real challenge, and you’ll definitely get inventive in creating ways to keep your horse restrained. In the video shown below, you will see a true escape artist, who would make jealous even the most famous illusionists. She is a beautiful Belgian mare who looks like she was bored with staying inside and decided to go for a walk all on her own.
The talented Belgian mare works the lock on her stall door so calmly and she knows precisely what she’s doing, and she manages to escape in just a few seconds. We are pretty sure that this is not the first time that she’s done something like this. Enjoy the video!