Every horse owner has at least one story to share when it comes to equine mischief. Although people frequently overhumanize their horses’ behavior, equine behavior specialists claim that horses frequently display traits that humans find hilarious. Some of the behaviors are innate in horses. They engage with their human handlers to learn about other things. In either case, owners must keep in mind that how they handle their horse’s mischief is no laughing matter.
Horses exhibit alleged “playful” activities with one another their entire lives, claims Dr. Sarah Ralston. Young males practice the social and physical skills they would need to access the herd’s mares and generally live in the wild by snorting, nipping, and pining their ears, participating in simulated fights, and playing tag. Mares, meanwhile, exhibit their ferocious nature by dashing to start pretend stampedes and bucking fictitious predators off their backs.
Ralston observes that there is a “very small line” between a cute or hilarious activity that only makes us laugh and producing a monster by rewarding the same conduct. Owners must pick which horse behaviors they are prepared to put up with and which they will not put up with, according to trainer Clarissa Cupolo.
In fact, this is what the following video is all about. Owner leaves her horse alone for a short period of time and take a look at the horse after she comes back. Such a naughty and hilarious horse at the same time. Have a look at the funny video for more, let us know your opinion, and do not forget to spread out the video on social media with your loved ones in order to make them laugh as well.