Probably you did not know but the city of New Orleans has earned a reputation for being a party city! One of the most distinctive cultures in the country can be found in the city of New Orleans, which is known for its amazing performances, music, and dancing. Traveling to the city will certainly lead you to dance at some time.
Dancing is an essential part of all the celebrations that take place there, whether they take place on the streets, a bar, or a club. Almost any time of day (and night) you can observe people dancing! One uniformed police demonstrates their skills with their quick-stepping feet in one amazing video! The amusing thing is that these feet have hooves instead!
One might not believe the way the horse dances to the rhythm if it weren’t recorded on camera. Everyone is aware that a good beat is necessary for dancing. We get to hear that fast rattatata of the steel drums being hammered as the horse and rider approach. As you get closer, you might assume that the policeman will try to put an end to the musicians and dancers’ celebration.
The song finally picks up tempo directly in front of the gathering, and the horns start to swing. You can’t help but want to sway when watching the video! The horse starts dancing to the beat without any hesitation. You have no clue how much the officer is encouraging the horse to dance or how much the horse is doing it! The cop appears to be very uninvolved and is just letting the horse enjoy itself, from what we can tell.
The horse returns while turning in a circle, letting us know that it is still not finished. This horse moves about with a skip and a hop to the side. From the way it moves, you may assume that they also received dance instruction in addition to their police training. People applaud and clap in appreciation of the horse’s prowess when it bows.
The horse, however, still had one more trick up its sleeve even in the final bow. The two turned around and slowly pranced backward to the beat of the drums as they left. Have a look at the video for more, let us know your opinion on the video, and do not forget to spread out the video on social media with your friends and family!